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Advanced Nanomaterials for Detection of CBRN

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Beschreibung

This book is devoted to advanced materials and perspective sensors, which is one of the most important problems in nanotechnology and security. This book is useful for researchers, scientist and graduate students in the fields of solid state physics, nanotechnology and security.


Covers new methods for detection of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) agents with use of chemical and biochemical sensors

Includes contemporary topics in nanophysics, such as carbon nanotubes, graphene , magnetic nanostructures, transport through coupled quantum dots, spintronics, molecular electronics, sensors and biosensors



Autorentext

Janez Bonca -is professor of the Physics department of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Ljubljana and the Department for Theoretical Physics at the J. Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Sergei Kruchinin -is professor of the Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics, NASU

(Kyiv, Ukraine).



Inhalt
Part I Advanced Nanomaterials
1 Tuning the Electronic, Optical, and Transport Propertiesof Phosphorene2 Detection of CBRN Agents through Nanocomposite Based Photonic Crystal Sensors3 Impurity Ordering Effects on Graphene Electron Properties
4 Multiferroics for Detection of Magnetic and Electric Fields
5 Many-Fermion Wave Functions: Structure and Examples
6 Factors and Lattice Reactions Governing Phase Transformations in Beta Phase Alloys7 Quantum-Chemical Calculations of Pure and Phosphorous Doped Ultra-Small Silicon Nanocrystals8 Theoretical Aspects of Nanosensors for Radiation Hazards DetectingPart II Nanosensors
9 Chemoelectrical Gas Sensors of Metal Oxides with and Without Metal Catalysts10 Ion Track Etching Revisited: Inuence of Aging on Parameters of Irradiated Polymers as Required for Advanced Devices11 Plasmon Metal Nanostructures Formation in Piezocomposite Material Controllable in Micrometric Level for Detection and Sensing Cell-Biological Particles12 Detection of CBRN Agents at the Interface with P(VDF-TRFE) Film by Scanning Third Harmonic Generation13 Nanoscale-Specic Analytics: How to Push the Analytic Excellence in Express Analysis of CBRN14 Model of Interaction between TiO2 Nanostructures and Bovine Leucosis Proteins in Photoluminescence Based Immunosensor15 Superconducting Gravimeters Based on Advanced Nanomaterials and Quantum Neural Network16 Replicated Computer Generated Microstructure onto Piezoelectric Nanocomposite and Nanoporous Aluminum Oxide Membranes Usage in Microuidics17 Nanopore-Penetration Sensing Effects for Target DNA Sequencing via Impedance Difference between Organometallic-Complex-Decorated Carbon Nanotubes with Twisted Single-Stranded or Double-Stranded DNA18 Functional Nanocomposites Based on Quantum Dots
19 Polymer Lattice and Track Nanostructures to Create Novel Biosensors20 The Sensitivity Peculiarities of Nanosized Tin Dioxide Films to Certain Alcohols21 Porous Silica Glasses as a Model Medium for the Formation of Nanoparticles Ensembles. Review22 The Revised SI Systems of Units of 2018 and Its Impact on Nanotechnology23 CBRNe as Conceptual Frame Of An All Hazards Approach of Safety and Security: the Creation of Organic Networks ofMilitary, Civil, Academic/Research and Private Entities at National and International Level to Generate Solutions forRisk Reduction. A European and Italian Perspective24 Decrease in the Concentration of Hazardous Components of Exhaust Gases from a Combustion Chamber of a HeatEngine25 Visual Analytics in Machine Training Systems for Effective Decision26 Apoptosis in Atherosclerosis and the Ways of its Regression

Produktinformationen

Titel: Advanced Nanomaterials for Detection of CBRN
Editor:
EAN: 9789402420296
ISBN: 9402420290
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Netherlands
Anzahl Seiten: 380
Gewicht: 735g
Größe: H241mm x B160mm x T26mm
Jahr: 2020
Auflage: 1st ed. 2020

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