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Название: Nanotechnology-Enabled Sensors
Авторы: Kalantar-Zadeh K., Fry B.
Nanotechnology provides us with tools to create functional materials, devices, and systems by manipulating them at the "nano" scale, and at the same time makes use of novel properties and phenomena not found in the "macro" world. Nanotechnology-Enabled Sensors are devices which operate more efficiently, are more sensitive and selective, respond faster, and can be fabricated with lower cost than conventional sensors. They have numerous applications in fields such as sensing biohazards, toxic chemical tracing, gas sensing, automotive industry, home appliances, process control, and diagnostics.
In this book, drawing upon years of practical and academic experience and using numerous examples, authors Kourosh Kalantar-zadeh and Benjamin Fry cover a wide spectrum including: The dynamic and static characteristics of sensors and the physical and chemical effects which are used in the development of nanotechnology-enabled sensors, The most common sensing platforms, The most important methods which are used in the fabrication of nanotechnology-enabled sensors, Key methods which are used in the characterization of nanotechnology-enabled sensors and the functional materials which are incorporated in their structures, Inorganic nanotechnology-enabled sensors, their applications and the physics behind their operation, Organic nanotechnology-enabled sensors, their applications and the chemical and biochemical manipulations which are employed in their fabrication and operation, as well as the biological theory related to these sensors. Nanotechnology Enabled-Sensors is a must have book for researchers as well as graduate students who are either entering these fields for the first time, or thosealready conducting research in this multidisciplinary area and intending to extend their knowledge in the field of nanotechnology-enabled sensing.