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Designing Nanosensors for Chemical and Biological Applications

 

 by Nada F. Atta, IFSA Publishing, 264 pages

 

The book aims at providing the readers with some of the most recent development of new and advanced materials and their applications as nanosensors. Examples of such materials are ferrocene and cyclodextrines as mediators, ionic liquid crystals, self-assembled monolayers on macro/ nano-structures, perovskite nanomaterials and functionalized carbon materials. The emphasis of the book will be devoted to the difference in properties and its relation to the mechanism of detection and specificity.

 

The book includes five chapters namely liquid crystal-nanostructures hybrids and its sensor applications, importance and applications of some mediators in chemistry, self-assembly monolayers: new strategy of surface modification for sensor applications, perovskites: smart nanomaterials for sensory applications and the last chapter about functionalized carbon based materials for sensing and biosensing applications: from graphite to graphene ...

 

 

Contents:

1. Liquid Crystal-nanostructures Hybrids and its Sensor Applications


2. Importance and Applications of Some Mediators in Chemistry


3. Self-Assembly Monolayers: New Strategy of Surface Modification for Sensor Applications


4. Perovskites: Smart Nanomaterials for Sensory Applications


5. Functionalized Carbon Based Materials for Sensing and Biosensing Applications: from Graphite to Graphene

References
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Designing Nanosensors for Chemical and Biological Applications, book's cover

 

 

 

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