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no4 nano-revista

Volume 4 No 1

Environment and Nanotechnology

The global water crisis is one of the most important challenges facing
the society in the 21st century. By pollution, lack of proper management
and population growth, the availability of this valuable natural
resource is committed. In some countries, the average gradual loss per
capita availability of water has already reached alarming levels, which
makes it necessary the urgent search of sustainable and effective solutions.
One of the goals incluided in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
formulated by the United Nations, stablished the need to: “ensure
availability and sustaninable management of water and sanitation for all”
with the commitment to achieve it by 2030, “universal and equitable access
to safe and affordable drinking water for all, improve water quality
by reducing pollution, eliminating dumping and minimizing release of
hazardous chemicals and materials, halving the proportion of untreated
wastewater and substantially increasing recycling and safe reuse globally,
expand international cooperation and capacity-building support
to developing countries in water- and sanitation-related activities and
programmes, including water harvesting, desalination, water efficiency,
wastewater treatment, recycling and reuse technologies”, among other
purposes.
In order to achieve the Agenda goals, specifically those related with water
sanitation, bio and nanotechnology can contribute effectively through
its capabilities for detection, mitigation and remediation actions. New
environmentally friendly materials and their exceptional properties,
can contribute to the design and configuration of sensors for monitoring
and measurement as well as bio-nanostructured membranes and nanoparticles
for selective removal of contaminants -such as heavy metals-.
In addition, these technologies can help with replacement of beneficiation
methods and practices responsible for contamination of water for
human consumption.
This issue of the journal Nano is devoted to what nanotechnology can
offer in terms of efficient solutions to recover one of the world’s most
precious and necessary natural resources “WATER”.


www.journalnano.org

Nanocosmos Architecture

 

Nanocosmos Architecture is a journey inside matter to explore the fascination of form, composition and size.The privilege provided by the valuable instrumental endowment that we have received from the XX century, allows us to move toward a scale that offers a wonderful universe of forms and processes with a “reality” sensitive to its surroundings and architecture. Admire the complexity of the network of interconnections between atoms, molecules and particles that harmonize in the collectivity, to deliver an endless world of possibilities that feed the creativity.We are learning from nature and its diversity, lessons that will carry us to conquer the states of self-organizing, replicating and self-assembling. This allows us to access the domains of the design and construction of the matter from a scale that is creating a trend in the new era of nanoscience and nanotechnology.We hope our readers enjoy the material printed in this book as much as we have enjoyed the journey that we embarked to produce and collect these snapshots of the nanocosmos architecture and translate them into the language of image and color.

 

 

La ciencia de coloides ha fascinado a físicos, matemáticos,
biólogos e ingenieros desde hace más de un siglo. En 1913,
Ostwald al abordar la naturaleza de los sólidos diminutos
suspendidos en líquidos y carentes de resolución
microscópica, se refería a la ciencia de la dimensión olvidada,
la dimensión cero. Casi 100 años más tarde, los coloides
han cambiado de nombre –nanopartículas- y han pasado
de ser la ciencia de la dimensión desconocida a probablemente
el mayor pilar de la revolución contemporánea en
nanociencia y nanotecnología.

 

ISSN: 978-958-46-6931-5

Papers 

Montenegro, I. et al.  Opportunities for Joint Cooperation in R&D for FEALAC Countries: On Nanotechnology and Biotechnology.  STI Policy Review. 7(2016)106.

Camacho, A. et al. Definición de nanomateriales para Colombia. Rev. Colomb. Quim. 45(1) (2016) 15-20.

González, E. et al. Enhanced reactivity of high-index surface platinum hollow nanocrystal. J. Mater. Chem. A. 4 (2016) 200-2008.

Genç, A. et al. “Tuning the plasmonic response up: Hollow cuboid metal nanostructures. ACS Photonics (2016) Doi 10.1021/acsphotonics.5b00667.

Bastús, N. et al.  Exploring New Synthetic Strategies for the Production of Advanced Complex Inorganic Nanocrystals. Z. Phys. Chem. 229 (2015)65.

Casals, E. et al. Programmed Iron Oxide Nanoparticles Disintegration in Anaerobic Digesters Boosts Biogas Production. Small. 10 (2014)2801.

Peña, I. et al.  Energía Eólica: Políticas de incentivos, Rev. Nano Cien. Tec. 2 (2014) 18.

Rios A.  et al. Rev. Nano Cien. Tec. 2 (2014)77.

González, E.  La Nueva era de los nanomateriales,  Rev.  Nano Cien. Tec. 1 (2013) 34.

Casal, E. et al. Reactivity of inorganic nanoparticles in biological environmnets: Insights into nanotoxicity mechanism. J. Physics D: Appl. Phys. 45  (2012) 443001.

Contreras, A. et al.  Potential use of CeO2, TiO2 and Fe3O4nanoparticles for the removal of cadmium from water. Des. Wat. Treat. 41(2012) 296

González, E. et al. Carving at the nanoscale: sequencial Galvanic Exchange and Kirkendall growth at room temperature. Science, 334 (2011) 1377-1380.

Stoehr, L. et al. Shape matters,  effects of silver nanowires and nanospheres on human bronchial epithelial cells. Part. Fib. Tox   8 (2011) 36.

del Mercato,  L.  et al.  Puntes. Synthesis and evaluation of gold nanoparticle-modified polyelectrolyte capsules under microwave irradiation y controlled release for cargo. J. Mater.  Chem.  21 (2011) 11468-11471.

Garcia, R. et al. Acute toxicity of cerium oxide, titanium oxide and iron oxide nanoparticles using standardized tests. Desalination,  269 (2011) 136-141.

González,  E. Nanociencia y Nanotecnología: Ruta estratégica de Investigación, innovación y desarrollo. Revista Javeriana,  764 (2010).

González,  E. et al. Síntesis por radiación con microondas de nanotubos de carbono. Univ. Scient. 13 (2008) 258-266.

González, E. et al. Citotoxicidad in vitro de células tumorales con nanotubos de carbono de pared simple activados con ácido polisulfónico m-aminobenceno y con polietilenglicol. Univ. Med. 49 (2008) 317-327.

González, E. et al. Ensayos de toxicidad celular con nanotubos de carbono funcionalizados con ácido polisulfónico M-aminobenceno. Sci. Tech. 40 (2008) 246-249.

González,  E.  Efecto Loto:  Inspiración para la nanotecnología. Innov.  Cienc. 15, 2(2008) 57-63.

E. Casals, et al. Inorganic Nanoparticles and the environment: Balancing benefits and risks en:

ANALYSIS AND RISK OF NANOMATERIALS IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND FOOD SAMPLES, D. Barcelo and M. Farre (Ed) Vol. 59 Elsevier, 2012, pp. 265-290 ISBN:978-0-444-56328-6.

González, E.  Ciencia e Ingeniería frente a los retos de la revolución nanoescalar en: CIENCIA TECNOLOGIA E INNOVACIÓN EN INGENIERIA COMO APORTE A LA COMPETITIVIDAD DEL PAIS,  V. Albéniz,  A. González (Eds),  ACOFI , 2010 ISBN: 978-958-680-063-1.

González,  E.  Ciencia y Tecnología Nanoescalar al Servicio de la Salud en:  Nanotecnociencia: Nociones preliminares del Universo Nanoscopico.  Ediciones Buinaima Bogotá (2007).

Sequera, N. et al . Nanopartículas y su uso para construir un Nanosensor.  En: Guía Didactica para la Enseñanza de la Nanotecnología. Programa Iberoamericano CYTED, NanoDyf. Barcelona, España, 2014.

E. González, Nanociencia y Nanotecnología: Ruta estratégica de Investigación, innovación y desarrollo. Rev.  Jav.  764 (2010).

E. González,  Nanotecnología al servicio de la Salud,  Rev. Lat. S.  46,  (2005)36.

González, E. et al.   NANOMATERIALES: 1. Nanopartículas Coloidales, Serie de Nanociencia y Nanotecnología, Nanocitec, 2015, ISBN 978-958-46-6931-5.

González, E.   et al.   Arquitectura del Nanocosmos,  nanoCiTec,  2013. ISBN  978-958-46-1469-

González, E.  New nanomaterials for clean energy production.  Nanotecnología para   energías en Latinoamérica.  Eva Barea (Ed). 2012, 978-84-940189-9-2 SEFIN.

Herrera E. et al. Latin America in the energy challenge: renewable energy, emerging   energy, emerging technologies and sustainability. Eva Barea (Ed). 2012,  978-84-940189-9-2 Sefin Spain (2012).

González,  E. et al (Ed.) El problema de Contaminación por Mercurio: Retos y posibilidades desde la Nanociencia y nanotecnología, Red Nanocolombia, 2015, ISBN 978-958466235-4.

González, E. Nanotecnología: Monitoreo y medición de mercurio en El problema de Contaminación por mercurio. 2015, Red Nanocolombia.

González, E.  Nanomateriales, Riesgos y Sostenibilidad en La Influencia de internet, genética y nanotecnología en la medicina y el seguro, 2014, U. Externado, 2015, ISBN 9789587724035.

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no4 nano-revista

Volume 4 No 1

Environment and Nanotechnology

The global water crisis is one of the most important challenges facing
the society in the 21st century. By pollution, lack of proper management
and population growth, the availability of this valuable natural
resource is committed. In some countries, the average gradual loss per
capita availability of water has already reached alarming levels, which
makes it necessary the urgent search of sustainable and effective solutions.
One of the goals incluided in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
formulated by the United Nations, stablished the need to: “ensure
availability and sustaninable management of water and sanitation for all”
with the commitment to achieve it by 2030, “universal and equitable access
to safe and affordable drinking water for all, improve water quality
by reducing pollution, eliminating dumping and minimizing release of
hazardous chemicals and materials, halving the proportion of untreated
wastewater and substantially increasing recycling and safe reuse globally,
expand international cooperation and capacity-building support
to developing countries in water- and sanitation-related activities and
programmes, including water harvesting, desalination, water efficiency,
wastewater treatment, recycling and reuse technologies”, among other
purposes.
In order to achieve the Agenda goals, specifically those related with water
sanitation, bio and nanotechnology can contribute effectively through
its capabilities for detection, mitigation and remediation actions. New
environmentally friendly materials and their exceptional properties,
can contribute to the design and configuration of sensors for monitoring
and measurement as well as bio-nanostructured membranes and nanoparticles
for selective removal of contaminants -such as heavy metals-.
In addition, these technologies can help with replacement of beneficiation
methods and practices responsible for contamination of water for
human consumption.
This issue of the journal Nano is devoted to what nanotechnology can
offer in terms of efficient solutions to recover one of the world’s most
precious and necessary natural resources “WATER”.


www.journalnano.org

Nanocosmos Architecture

 

Nanocosmos Architecture is a journey inside matter to explore the fascination of form, composition and size.The privilege provided by the valuable instrumental endowment that we have received from the XX century, allows us to move toward a scale that offers a wonderful universe of forms and processes with a “reality” sensitive to its surroundings and architecture. Admire the complexity of the network of interconnections between atoms, molecules and particles that harmonize in the collectivity, to deliver an endless world of possibilities that feed the creativity.We are learning from nature and its diversity, lessons that will carry us to conquer the states of self-organizing, replicating and self-assembling. This allows us to access the domains of the design and construction of the matter from a scale that is creating a trend in the new era of nanoscience and nanotechnology.We hope our readers enjoy the material printed in this book as much as we have enjoyed the journey that we embarked to produce and collect these snapshots of the nanocosmos architecture and translate them into the language of image and color.

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La ciencia de coloides ha fascinado a físicos, matemáticos,
biólogos e ingenieros desde hace más de un siglo. En 1913,
Ostwald al abordar la naturaleza de los sólidos diminutos
suspendidos en líquidos y carentes de resolución
microscópica, se refería a la ciencia de la dimensión olvidada,
la dimensión cero. Casi 100 años más tarde, los coloides
han cambiado de nombre –nanopartículas- y han pasado
de ser la ciencia de la dimensión desconocida a probablemente
el mayor pilar de la revolución contemporánea en
nanociencia y nanotecnología.

 

ISSN: 978-958-46-6931-5

Papers 

Montenegro, I. et al.  Opportunities for Joint Cooperation in R&D for FEALAC Countries: On Nanotechnology and Biotechnology.  STI Policy Review. 7(2016)106.

Camacho, A. et al. Definición de nanomateriales para Colombia. Rev. Colomb. Quim. 45(1) (2016) 15-20.

González, E. et al. Enhanced reactivity of high-index surface platinum hollow nanocrystal. J. Mater. Chem. A. 4 (2016) 200-2008.

Genç, A. et al. "Tuning the plasmonic response up: Hollow cuboid metal nanostructures. ACS Photonics (2016) Doi 10.1021/acsphotonics.5b00667.

Bastús, N. et al.  Exploring New Synthetic Strategies for the Production of Advanced Complex Inorganic Nanocrystals. Z. Phys. Chem. 229 (2015)65.

Casals, E. et al. Programmed Iron Oxide Nanoparticles Disintegration in Anaerobic Digesters Boosts Biogas Production. Small. 10 (2014)2801.

Peña, I. et al.  Energía Eólica: Políticas de incentivos, Rev. Nano Cien. Tec. 2 (2014) 18.

Rios A.  et al. Rev. Nano Cien. Tec. 2 (2014)77.

González, E.  La Nueva era de los nanomateriales,  Rev.  Nano Cien. Tec. 1 (2013) 34.

Casal, E. et al. Reactivity of inorganic nanoparticles in biological environmnets: Insights into nanotoxicity mechanism. J. Physics D: Appl. Phys. 45  (2012) 443001.

Contreras, A. et al.  Potential use of CeO2, TiO2 and Fe3O4nanoparticles for the removal of cadmium from water. Des. Wat. Treat. 41(2012) 296

González, E. et al. Carving at the nanoscale: sequencial Galvanic Exchange and Kirkendall growth at room temperature. Science, 334 (2011) 1377-1380.

Stoehr, L. et al. Shape matters,  effects of silver nanowires and nanospheres on human bronchial epithelial cells. Part. Fib. Tox   8 (2011) 36.

del Mercato,  L.  et al.  Puntes. Synthesis and evaluation of gold nanoparticle-modified polyelectrolyte capsules under microwave irradiation y controlled release for cargo. J. Mater.  Chem.  21 (2011) 11468-11471.

Garcia, R. et al. Acute toxicity of cerium oxide, titanium oxide and iron oxide nanoparticles using standardized tests. Desalination,  269 (2011) 136-141.

González,  E. Nanociencia y Nanotecnología: Ruta estratégica de Investigación, innovación y desarrollo. Revista Javeriana,  764 (2010).

González,  E. et al. Síntesis por radiación con microondas de nanotubos de carbono. Univ. Scient. 13 (2008) 258-266.

González, E. et al. Citotoxicidad in vitro de células tumorales con nanotubos de carbono de pared simple activados con ácido polisulfónico m-aminobenceno y con polietilenglicol. Univ. Med. 49 (2008) 317-327.

González, E. et al. Ensayos de toxicidad celular con nanotubos de carbono funcionalizados con ácido polisulfónico M-aminobenceno. Sci. Tech. 40 (2008) 246-249.

González,  E.  Efecto Loto:  Inspiración para la nanotecnología. Innov.  Cienc. 15, 2(2008) 57-63.

E. Casals, et al. Inorganic Nanoparticles and the environment: Balancing benefits and risks en:

ANALYSIS AND RISK OF NANOMATERIALS IN ENVIRONMENTAL AND FOOD SAMPLES, D. Barcelo and M. Farre (Ed) Vol. 59 Elsevier, 2012, pp. 265-290 ISBN:978-0-444-56328-6.

González, E.  Ciencia e Ingeniería frente a los retos de la revolución nanoescalar en: CIENCIA TECNOLOGIA E INNOVACIÓN EN INGENIERIA COMO APORTE A LA COMPETITIVIDAD DEL PAIS,  V. Albéniz,  A. González (Eds),  ACOFI , 2010 ISBN: 978-958-680-063-1.

González,  E.  Ciencia y Tecnología Nanoescalar al Servicio de la Salud en:  Nanotecnociencia: Nociones preliminares del Universo Nanoscopico.  Ediciones Buinaima Bogotá (2007).

Sequera, N. et al . Nanopartículas y su uso para construir un Nanosensor.  En: Guía Didactica para la Enseñanza de la Nanotecnología. Programa Iberoamericano CYTED, NanoDyf. Barcelona, España, 2014.

E. González, Nanociencia y Nanotecnología: Ruta estratégica de Investigación, innovación y desarrollo. Rev.  Jav.  764 (2010).

E. González,  Nanotecnología al servicio de la Salud,  Rev. Lat. S.  46,  (2005)36.

González, E. et al.   NANOMATERIALES: 1. Nanopartículas Coloidales, Serie de Nanociencia y Nanotecnología, Nanocitec, 2015, ISBN 978-958-46-6931-5.

González, E.   et al.   Arquitectura del Nanocosmos,  nanoCiTec,  2013. ISBN  978-958-46-1469-

González, E.  New nanomaterials for clean energy production.  Nanotecnología para   energías en Latinoamérica.  Eva Barea (Ed). 2012, 978-84-940189-9-2 SEFIN.

Herrera E. et al. Latin America in the energy challenge: renewable energy, emerging   energy, emerging technologies and sustainability. Eva Barea (Ed). 2012,  978-84-940189-9-2 Sefin Spain (2012).

González,  E. et al (Ed.) El problema de Contaminación por Mercurio: Retos y posibilidades desde la Nanociencia y nanotecnología, Red Nanocolombia, 2015, ISBN 978-958466235-4.

González, E. Nanotecnología: Monitoreo y medición de mercurio en El problema de Contaminación por mercurio. 2015, Red Nanocolombia.

González, E.  Nanomateriales, Riesgos y Sostenibilidad en La Influencia de internet, genética y nanotecnología en la medicina y el seguro, 2014, U. Externado, 2015, ISBN 9789587724035.

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