Items where Subject is "Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > TECHNOLOGY (100000) > NANOTECHNOLOGY (100700) > Environmental Nanotechnology (100701)"
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Flegg, Mark & Gramotnev, Dmitri (2008) Exact solution for stochastic degradation and fragmentation processes in arbitrary chain and ring aggregates with multiple bonds. Physical Review E (Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics), 77, 021105-1-021105-9.
Flegg, Mark, Gramotnev, Dmitri, & Pollett, P (2008) Ehrenfest model for condensation and evaporation processes in degrading aggregates with multiple bonds. Physical Review E, 78, 031117-1-031117-9.
Motta, Nunzio (2012) Nanostructures for sensors, electronics, energy and environment. Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology, 3, pp. 351-352.
Zhang, Xingguang, Ke, Xuebin, Zheng, Zhanfeng, Liu, Hongwei, & Zhu, Huaiyong (2014) TiO2 nanofibers of different crystal phases for transesterification of alcohols with dimethyl carbonate. Applied Catalysis B : Environmental, 150-151, pp. 330-337.
Bell, John, Lehman, Rex, & Smith, Geoff (2003) Advanced Roof Coatings : Materials and their Applications. In Yang et al, Jay (Ed.) Proceedings CD and Summary Book of The CIB 2003 International Conference on Smart and Sustainable Built Environment, 19-21 November 2003, Brisbane, Queensland.
Burchill, Michael, Flegg, Mark, Gramotnev, Dmitri, Gramotnev, Galina, Katoshevski, David, & Thackham, Jennifer (2008) Ultrasonic manipulation and trapping of airborne nano-particles. In Clay, R (Ed.) Proceedings of the Australian Institute of Physics 18th National Congress incorporating the 27th AINSE Plasma Science Conference, 30 November - 5 December 2008, Australia, South Australia, Adelaide.
Malaver Rojas, Jairo Alexander, Motta, N., Gonzalez, Luis F., Corke, Peter, & Depari, Alessandro (2012) Towards the development of a gas sensor system for monitoring pollutant gases in the low troposphere using small unmanned aerial vehicles. In Smith, Ryan N. (Ed.) Workshop on Robotics for Environmental Monitoring, 11 July 2012, Sydney University, N. S. W.