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Title: Chemistry of Materials
Department: Chemistry and Biochemistry
Author: Prof. S. Sundar Manoharan
University: IIT Kanpur
Type: WebLink
Abstract: The review concerns conservative and dissipative self-organisation phenomena in those physicochemical systems, whose evolution involves formation of diverse chemically complex products, including functional ceramics, supramolecular compounds, and nanocomposites as well as fractal, template and epitaxial structures. It is demonstrated that the use of nonlinear dynamics approaches facilitates organisation of the reaction zone during the synthesis of materials under nonequilibrium conditions in an optimum manner and that biomimetism and biomineralisation processes open up new prospects for materials design.
 
   
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