This textbook is intended to serve as a reference guide to the interdisciplinary fields of nanomaterials, sensors and biotechnology. It demonstrates functional applications of nanotechnology in diverse areas such as environmental sensing and space habitation, to medical diagnostics and tissue regeneration. With a focus on novel materials synthesis, such as using the nanomanufacturing technique of electrospinning to get the longest nanowires possible, a correlation is made of the effect of chemical, structural, and morphological features to achieve extreme materials functionality. This publication will serve as a manual to nanotechnology for both novices and experts alike, and from the materials scientist to the biophysicist and bioengineer and the medical scientist. Rathore N, Knotts IV TA and de Pablo JJ, aConfinement effects on the thermodynamics of protein folding: Monte ...  Reneker DH, et al., aBending instability of electrically charged liquid jets of polymer solutions in electrospinning a, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Nanomaterials for Chemical Sensors and Biotechnology|
|Author||:||Perena Gouma, Pelagia-Irene Gouma|
|Publisher||:||Pan Stanford Publishing - 2009-10-31|