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Sample Preparation with Nanomaterials. Next Generation Techniques and Applications. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 3327995
  • Book
  • April 2021
  • 304 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd

Discover this timely, comprehensive, and up-to-date exploration of crucial aspects of the use of nanomaterials in analytical chemistry  

Sample Preparation with Nanomaterials: Next Generation Techniques for Sample Preparation delivers insightful and complete overview of recent progress in the use of nanomaterials in sample preparation. The book begins with an overview of special features of nanomaterials and their applications in analytical sciences. Important types of nanomaterials, like carbon nanotubes and magnetic particles, are reviewed and biological sample preparation and lab-on-a-chip systems are presented.  

The distinguished author places special emphasis on approaches that tend to green and reduce the cost of sample treatment processes. He also discusses the legal, economical, and toxicity aspects of nanomaterial samples. This book includes extensive reference material, like a complete list of manufacturers, that makes it invaluable for professionals in analytical chemistry.  

Sample Preparation with Nanomaterials offers considerations of the economic aspects of nanomaterials, as well as the assessment of their toxicity and risk. Readers will also benefit from the inclusion of:  

  • A thorough introduction to nanomaterials in the analytical sciences and special properties of nanomaterials for sample preparation 
  • An exploration of the mechanism of adsorption and desorption on nanomaterials, including carbon nanomaterials used as adsorbents 
  • Discussions of membrane applications of nanomaterials, surface enhanced raman spectroscopy, and the use of nanomaterials for biological sample preparation 
  • A treatment of magnetic nanomaterials, lab-on-a-chip nanomaterials, and toxicity and risk assessment of nanomaterials 

Perfect for analytical chemists, materials scientists, and process engineers, Sample Preparation with Nanomaterials: Next Generation Techniques for Sample Preparation will also earn a place in the libraries of analytical laboratories, universities, and companies who conduct research into nanomaterials and seek a one-stop resource for sample preparation. 

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1 Nanomaterials (NMs) in Analytical Sciences
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Types of NMs
1.3 Applications of NMs
1.4 Conclusions
References

2 Special Properties of Nanomaterials (NMs) for SamplePreparation
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Mechanical Properties of NMs
2.3 Thermal Properties of NMs
2.4 Electrical Properties of NMs
2.5 Optical Properties of NMs
2.6 Magnetic Properties of NMs
2.7 Adsorption Properties of NMs
2.8 Conclusions
References

3 Adsorption Mechanism on Nanomaterials (NMs)
3. 1Introduction
3.2 Adsorption Process
3.3 Conclusions and Future Perspective
References

4 Carbon Nanomaterials (CNMs) as Adsorbents for SamplePreparation
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Carbon Nanomaterials (CNMs)
4.3 Adsorption on CNMs
4.4 Applications of CNMs
4.5 Conclusions
References

5 Membrane Applications of Nanomaterials (NMs)
5.1 Introduction935.2Traditional Membranes
5.2 Traditional Membranes
5.3 Carbon Nanomaterial-based Membranes
5.4 Nanoparticle-based Membranes
5.5 Molecularly Imprinted Polymer (MIP)-based Membranes
5.6 Conclusions
References

6 Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS) withNanomaterials (NMs)
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Theory of SERS
6.3 SERS Mechanisms
6.4 Determination of SERS Enhancement Factor
6.5 Selection Rules
6.6 Fabrications of SERS Substrates
6.7 Applications of SERS
6.8 Conclusions
References

7 Nanomaterials (NMs) for Biological Sample Preparations
7.1 Introduction
7.2 The Use of NMs in Diagnostic Platforms
7.3 NMs-based Lab-on-a-chip (LOC) Platforms
7.4 Biomedical Applications of NMs
7.5 Sensor Applications of NMs
7.6 Conclusions

8 Magnetic Nanomaterials for Sample Preparation
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Synthesis of Magnetic Nanoparticles
8.3 Solid-Phase Extraction (SPE)
8.4 Magnetic Solid-Phase Extraction (MSPE)
8.5 Conclusions and Future Trends
References

9 Lab on Chip with Nanomaterials (NMs)
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Lab-on-a-Chip (LOC) Concept
9.3 NM-Based LOC Platforms
9.4 Conclusions and Future Perspectives
References

10 Toxicity and Risk Assessment of Nanomaterials
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Hazard Assessment of Nanomaterials
10.3 Toxicity Mechanism of Nanomaterials
10.4 The Traditional Risk Assessment Paradigm
10.5 Strategies for Improving Specific Risk Assessment
10.6 Conclusions
References

11 Economic Aspects of Nanomaterials (NMs) for SamplePreparation
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Toxicity Concerns of NMs
11.3 Global Market for NM-Based Products
11.4 Conclusions
References

12 Legal Aspects of Nanomaterials (NMs) for SamplePreparation
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Safety Issues of NMs
12.3 Regulatory Aspects of NMs
12.4 Conclusions
References

13 Monitoring of Nanomaterials (NMs) in the Environment
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Toxicity and Safety Concerns of NMs
13.3 Main Sources and Transport Routes of Nanopollutants
13.4 Requirements of Analytical Approaches
13.5 Sampling of NMs in Environmental Samples
13.6 Separation of NMs in Environmental Samples
13.7 Detection Techniques for the Characterization of NMs
13.8 Conclusions
References

14 Future Prospect of Sampling
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Sampling
14.3 Sample Preparation
14.4 Green Chemistry
14.5 Miniaturization of Analytical Systems
14.6 Conclusions
References
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Chaudhery Mustansar Hussain New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), USA.

Rustem Kecili Anadolu University, Turkey.

Chaudhery Ghazanfar Hussain University of Lahore, Pakistan.
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