Chemical Sensors and Biosensors: Fundamentals and Applications  By  Florinel?Gabriel Banica(auth.)
2012 | 569 Pages | ISBN: 0470710667 | PDF | 15 MB
This is a modern introductory book on sensors, combining underlying theory with bang up to date topics such as nanotechnology. The text is suitable for graduate students and research scientists with little background in analytical chemistry. It is user-friendly, with an accessible theoretical approach of the basic principles, and referencesfor further reading. Thebook covers up-to-date advances in the sensor field, e.g. nanotechnology, microfluidics,and quantum dots. It includes calculation exercises and solutions, and contains a guide to Laboratory Exercises                                                                                                                                                                                   essential for course instructors and for experimental projects. An accompanying website contains colour illustrations and Powerpoint slides.Content: Chapter 1 What are Chemical Sensors? (pages 1-20): Chapter 2 Protein Structure and Properties (pages 21-27): Chapter 3 Enzymes and Enzymatic Sensors (pages 28-49): Chapter 4 Mathematical Modeling of Enzymatic Sensors (pages 50-65): Chapter 5 Materials and Methods in Chemical?Sensor Manufacturing (pages 66-100): Chapter 6 Affinity?Based Recognition (pages 101-117): Chapter 7 Nucleic Acids in Chemical Sensors (pages 118-134): Chapter 8 Nanomaterial Applications in Chemical Sensors (pages 135-156): Chapter 9 Thermochemical Sensors (pages 157-164): Chapter 10 Potentiometric Sensors (pages 165-216): Chapter 11 Chemical Sensors Based on Semiconductor Electronic Devices (pages 217-245): Chapter 12 Resistive Gas Sensors (Chemiresistors) (pages 246-257): Chapter 13 Dynamic Electrochemistry Transduction Methods (pages 258-313): Chapter 14 Amperometric Enzyme Sensors (pages 314-331): Chapter 15 Mathematical Modeling of Mediated Amperometric Enzyme Sensors (pages 332-346): Chapter 16 Electrochemical Affinity and Nucleic Acid Sensors (pages 347-366): Chapter 17 Electrical?Impedance?Based Sensors (pages 367-403): Chapter 18 Optical Sensors - Fundamentals (pages 404-434): Chapter 19 Optical Sensors - Applications (pages 435-453): Chapter 20 Nanomaterial Applications in Optical Transduction (pages 454-472): Chapter 21 Acoustic?Wave Sensors (pages 473-506): Chapter 22 Microcantilever Sensors (pages 507-517): Chapter 23 Chemical Sensors Based on Microorganisms, Living Cells and Tissues (pages 518-529):

Buy Premium From My Links To Get Resumable Support,Max Speed & Support Me

Links are Interchangeable - No Password - Single Extraction