Table of Contents
Executive Summary
Part 1: Nanotechnology and Green Building
1. Introduction
1.1 Green Building...
6. Solar energy
6.1 Silicon solar enhancement
6.2 Thin-film solar nanotechnologies
6.3 Emerging so...
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Nanotechnology For Green Building Toc

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  • 1. Table of Contents Executive Summary Part 1: Nanotechnology and Green Building 1. Introduction 1.1 Green Building 1.2 Nanotechnology 1.3 Convergence Part 2: Materials 2. Insulation 2.1 Aerogel 2.2 Thin-film insulation 2.3 Insulating coatings 2.4 Emerging insulation technologies 2.5 Future market for nano-insulation 3. Coatings 3.1 Self-cleaning coatings 3.2 Anti-stain coatings 3.3 Depolluting surfaces 3.4 Scratch-resistant coatings 3.5 Anti-fogging and anti-icing coatings 3.6 Antimicrobial coatings 3.7 UV protection 3.8 Anti-corrosion coatings 3.9 Moisture resistance 4. Adhesives 5. Lighting 5.1 Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) 5.2 Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) 5.3 Quantum dot lighting 5.4 Future market for lighting
  • 2. 6. Solar energy 6.1 Silicon solar enhancement 6.2 Thin-film solar nanotechnologies 6.3 Emerging solar nanotechnologies 7. Energy storage 8. Air purification 9. Water purification 10. Structural materials 10.1 Concrete 10.2 Steel 10.3 Wood 10.4 New structural materials 11. Non-structural materials 11.1 Glass 11.2 Plastics and polymers 11.3 Drywall 11.4 Roofing Part 3: Conclusions 12. Additional benefits 12.1 Nanosensors and smart environments 12.2 Multifunctional properties 12.3 Reduced processing energy 12.4 Adaptability to existing buildings 13. Market forces 13.1 Forces accelerating adoption 13.2 Obstacles to adoption 14. Future trends and needs 14.1 Independent testing 14.2 Life cycle analysis 14.3 Societal concerns 14.4 Environmental and human health concerns 14.5 Regulation References and links

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