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Nanofabrication for Smart Nanosensor Applications. Micro and Nano Technologies

  • ID: 4911859
  • Book
  • June 2020
  • Elsevier Science and Technology

Nanofabrication for Smart Nanosensor Applications addresses the design, manufacture and applications of a variety of nanomaterials for sensing applications. In particular, the book explores how nanofabrication techniques are used to create more efficient nanosensors, examines their major applications in biomedicine and environmental science, discusses the fundamentals of how nanosensors work, explores different nanofabrication techniques, and comments on toxicity and safety issues relating to the creation of nanosensors using certain nanomaterial classes. This book is an important resource for materials scientists and engineers who want to make materials selection decisions for the creation of new nansensor devices.

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1. Introduction to nanomaterials and nanomanufacturing for nanosensors 2. Features and complex model of gold nanoparticle fabrication for nanosensor applications 3. Designing of novel nanosensors for environmental aspects 4. Applications and success of MIPs in optical-based nanosensors 5. Recent developments in nanostructured metal oxide-based electrochemical sensors 6. Nanosensors and nanobiosensors: Agricultural and food technology aspects 7. Nanosensors in biomedical and environmental applications: Perspectives and prospects 8. Nanosensors for better diagnosis of health 9. Nanomaterial-based gas sensor for environmental science and technology 10. Hybrid nanocomposites and their potential applications in the field of nanosensors/gas and biosensors 11. Design and fabrication of CNT/graphene-based polymer nanocomposite applications in nanosensors 12. Nanomaterials dispersed liquid crystalline self-assembly of hybrid matrix application towards thermal sensor 13. Carbon-based nanomaterials as novel nanosensors 14. Polymerized hybrid nanocomposite implementations of energy conversion cells device 15. Smart polymer systems as concrete self-healing agents 16. Chemical engineering of protein cages and nanoparticles for pharmaceutical applications

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Fernando Gomes Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Fernando Gomes Souza Junior is Associate Professor in Civil Engineering at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. His research focuses in the areas of the use of renewable resources and nanocomposites in sensors, drug delivery and environmental recovery.
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