The development of nanotechnology industry in the United States: methodology, concept and practice.
The monograph covers the technological backgound of new generation crystalline nanostructures
used in solving problems of increasing capacity and data transfer rate, and provides a comparative analysis of
different types of nanotechnologies, in particular, the prospects for using the isotope effect and isotopic nanotechnology.
The study presents prime postulates of the classical approach to the description of the electronic structure of substance as a basis for scientific and methodological support
and tracking of high technologies. Atom acts as a key element of the theory; its electronic structure determines the structure and mechanism of
forming non-valence (physical) and valence (chemical) bonds as a basis for cross-linking of substances.
The fundamental laws of the electronic structure of substance were applied to elaborate the algorithm for controlling atomic-molecular manipulator of future
It is intended for researchers, graduate students and all those interested in nanotechnology issues.
Authors: Prof. G. Bryant, Professor L. Russell
344 pages, print-run of 1000 copies.