Samir Kumar

Kyoto University

Dr. Kumar is an experimental physicist with expertise in developing and studying sculptured thin films and interfaces. Dr. Kumar received his Ph.D. in Physics from the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India, in 2017. He has been working at Kyoto University since February 2018. His primary area of research is the synthesis of novel nanostructures by glancing angle deposition for plasmonics, surface-enhanced spectroscopy, photocatalysis, water repellent surfaces, and bio/chemical sensing applications.

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This book describes the different methodologies for producing and synthesizing silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) of various shapes and sizes. It also provides an in-depth understanding of the new methods for characterizing and modifying the properties of AgNPs as well as their properties and applications in various fields. This book is a useful resource for a wide range of readers, including scientists, engineers, doctoral and postdoctoral fellows, and scientific professionals working in specialized fields such as medicine, nanotechnology, spectroscopy, analytical chemistry diagnostics, and plasmonics.

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