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Nanomaterials for Sensing and Optoelectronic Applications. Micro and Nano Technologies

  • Book
  • June 2022
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
  • ID: 5527250

Nanomaterials for Sensing and Optoelectronic Applications explores recent trends in nanomaterials and devices for chemical and biosensing applications. The synthesis, properties and applications of metal oxide nanostructures, as well as two-dimensional layered materials are covered, along with the fabrication of optoelectronic devices, such as chemical sensors, biosensors, core-shell nanostructures-based surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) substrates, luminescent nanoparticles, memory devices, and thin film transistors. Aiming at researchers in these respective areas, the fundamental principles and mechanisms of the optoelectronic phenomena behind every application mentioned are covered and comprehensively explored.

The book will be helpful in solving problems related to the synthesis and growth of various nanostructures, the application of these materials for various devices, and to understand how a specific synthesis route promotes a specific application.

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Table of Contents

. Facet dependent gas sensing properties of metal oxide nanostructures 2. Metal oxide semiconductor thin film transistors for gas sensing application 3. Recent developments in 2D MoS2 thin films for gas sensing applications 4. Template assisted nanostructures for gas sensing applications 5. An Introduction to Biosensors 6. Luminescent Nanoparticles for Bio- applications 7. Nanophotonic biosensors for disease diagnosis 8. Precision nanoclusters: Promising materials for sensing, optoelectronics, and biology 9. Recent trends in core-shell nanostructures based SERS substrate 10. Non-invasive biomarker sensors using surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy 11. Nanomaterials-based flexible Electrochemical sensors for healthcare 12. Resistive Switching in Metal Oxides for Various Applications 13. Mechanical bottom-up nano-assembling and nano-manipulation using shape memory alloy nanogripper 14. Diamond deposition on WC-Co substrates with interlayers for Engineering Applications

Authors

M. K. Jayaraj Professor in the Department of Physics, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kochi, India. MK Jayaraj is a Professor in the Department of Physics, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kochi, India. His research interests are in thin film and nano-composite devices including sensors/detectors and energy converters, especially transparent flexible electronics. P.P. Subha Research Fellow, Department of Physics, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Ernakulam, India. PP Subha is a research fellow at Department of Physics, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Ernakulam, India. Her research areas of interest are nanophotonic and optoelectronic devices, metal oxide semiconductor nanostructure-based gas sensors and two-dimensional structures for sensing applications. Shibi Thomas Research Fellow, Centre for Advanced Materials, CUSAT, Cochin, India. Shibi Thomas is a research fellow at the Centre for Advanced Materials, CUSAT, Cochin, India. Her areas of research are pattern dynamics, reaction diffusion system, Liesegang phenomena, 2d materials, and biosensors.