This invaluable, wide-ranging and scholarly 'Handbook of Nanoscience' provides exactly that. It brings together the accumulated knowledge of the real luminaries from top nanoscience laboratories, universities and institutes, who have each contributed chapters on topics essential to the aspiring nanoscientist. These topics range from dendrimers to nanoparticle manipulation, and nanotubes to electronics modelling at the nanoscale - it is, in fact, the complete 'toolkit'.
This book is an absolute 'must' for all students of nanoscience who are serious about their subject, and supplies the perfect foundation on which to build real specialist knowledge.
-Ottilia Saxl, Institute of Nanotechnology, Scotland, UK