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The Resource Extreme Biomimetics, edited by Hermann Ehrlich, (electronic resource)

Extreme Biomimetics, edited by Hermann Ehrlich, (electronic resource)

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Extreme Biomimetics
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Extreme Biomimetics
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edited by Hermann Ehrlich
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eng
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This book discusses the current direction of the research approach to extreme biomimetics through biological materials-inspired chemistry and its applications in modern technology and medicine. It is a resource covering topics of extreme (psychrophilic and thermopilic) biomineralization, solvothermal and hydrothermal chemistry of metal oxides and nanostructured composites, and bioinspired materials science in a diverse areas. The authors review the current advances in the extreme biomimetics research field and describe various approaches introduced and explored by their respective laboratories. {u2022} Details the basic principles of extreme biomimetics approach for design of new materials and applications; {u2022} Includes numerous examples of the hierarchical organization of hydrothermally or psychrophilically obtained biocomposites, structural bioscaffolds, biosculpturing, biomimetism, and bioinspiration as tools for the design of innovative materials; {u2022} Describes and details the principles of extreme biomimetics with respect to metallization of chemically and thermally stable biopolymers
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Extreme Biomimetics, edited by Hermann Ehrlich, (electronic resource)
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Extreme Biomimetics, edited by Hermann Ehrlich, (electronic resource)
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Contents
EPsychrophiles as Source for Bioinspiration in Biomineralization and Biological Materials Science -- Cold Biosilicification in Metazoan: Psychrophilic Glass Sponges -- Psychrophilic Calcification in vitro -- Endemism and Biodiversity of Hydrothermal Vent Fauna -- Comparative in situ Microscopic Observation of Cellulose and Chitin in Hydrothermal Conditions -- Biopolymers for Biomimetic Processing of Metal Oxides -- Thermogravimetric Analysis of Sponge Chitins in Thermooxidative Conditions -- Bioelectrometallurgy of Copper on Chitin -- Hydrothermal Synthesis of Advanced Chitin-Based Materials -- Hydrothermal Synthesis of Spongin-Based Materials
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XIV, 276 p. 135 illus., 100 illus. in color.
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9783319453408
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