Nanoelectromechanics in Engineering and Biology

Michael Pycraft Hughes

Verlag: CRC Press/Ane Books, 2002
ISBN 10: 0849311837 / ISBN 13: 9780849311833
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The success, growth, and virtually limitless applications of nanotechnology depend upon our ability to manipulate nanoscale objects, which in turn depends upon developing new insights into the interactions of electric fields, nanoparticles, and the molecules that surround them. In the first book to unite and directly address particle electrokinetics and nanotechnology, Nanoelectromechanics in Engineering and Biology provides a thorough grounding in the phenomena associated with nanoscale particle manipulation. The author delivers a wealth of application and background knowledge, from using electric fields for particle sorting in lab-on-a-chip devices to electrode fabrication, electric field simulation, and computer analysis. It also explores how electromechanics can be applied to sorting DNA molecules, examining viruses, constructing electronic devices with carbon nanotubes, and actuating nanoscale electric motors. The field of nanotechnology is inherently multidisciplinary-in its principles, in its techniques, and in its applications-and meeting its current and future challenges will require the kind of approach reflected in this book. Unmatched in its scope, Nanoelectromechanics in Engineering and Biology offers an outstanding opportunity for people in all areas of research and technology to explore the use and precise manipulation of nanoscale structures. MOVEMENT FROM ELECTRICITY The Promise of Nanotechnology Electrodynamics Electrokinetics and Nanoparticles A Note on Terminology ELECTROKINETICS The Laws of Electrostatics Coulomb`s Law, Electric Field and Electrostatic Potential Gauss`, Laplace`s and Poisson`s Equations Conductance and Capacitance Polarization and Dispersion Dielectric Spheres in Electric Fields Forces in Field Gradients: Dielectrophoresis and Electrorotation COLLOIDS AND SURFACES Colloids The Electrical Double Layer The Gouy-Chapman Model The Stern Layer Particles in Moving Fluids Colloids in Electric Fields Electrode Polarization and Fluid Flow Other Forces Affecting Colloidal Particles ANALYSIS AND MANIPULATION OF SOLID PARTICLES Dielectrophoresis of Homogeneous Colloids Frequency-Dependent Behavior and the Crossover Frequency Double Layer Effects Dielectrophoresis vs. Fluid Flow Separating Spheres Trapping Single Particles Limitations on Minimum Particle Trapping Size Dielectrophoresis and Laser Trapping DIELECTROPHORESIS OF COMPLEX BIOPARTICLES Manipulating Viruses Anatomy of Viruses The Multi-Shell Model Methods of Measuring Dielectrophoretic Response Examining Virus Structure by Dielectrophoresis The Interpretation of Crossover Data Studying Non-Spherical Viruses Separating Viruses Unexpected Charge Effects DIELECTROPHORESIS, MOLECULES AND MATERIALS Manipulation at the Molecular Scale Manipulating Proteins Dielectrophoresis for Protein Analysis DNA Dielectrophoretic Manipulation of DNA Applications of DNA Manipulation Nanotubes, Nanowires and Carbon-60 NANOENGINEERING Towards Molecular Nanotechnology Directed Self Assembly Device Assembly Electrostatic Self-Assembly Electronics with Nanotubes, Nanowires and Carbon-60 Putting it all Together: The Potential for Dielectrophoretic Nanoassembly Dielectrophoresis and Materials Science Nanoelectromechanical Systems PRACTICAL DIELECTROPHORETIC SEPARATION Limitations on Dielectrophoretic Separation Flow Separation Field Flow Fractionation Thermal Ratchets Separation Strategies using Dielectrophoretic Ratchets Stacked Ratcheting Mechanisms Traveling Wave Dielectrophoresis Applications of Traveling Wave Dielectrophoresis ELECTRODE STRUCTURES Microengineering Electrode Fabrication Techniques Laboratories on a Chip A Printed Pages: 344. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 55503

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Inhaltsangabe: The success, growth, and virtually limitless applications of nanotechnology depend upon our ability to manipulate nanoscale objects, which in turn depends upon developing new insights into the interactions of electric fields, nanoparticles, and the molecules that surround them. In the first book to unite and directly address particle electrokinetics and nanotechnology, Nanoelectromechanics in Engineering and Biology provides a thorough grounding in the phenomena associated with nanoscale particle manipulation.

The author delivers a wealth of application and background knowledge, from using electric fields for particle sorting in lab-on-a-chip devices to electrode fabrication, electric field simulation, and computer analysis. It also explores how electromechanics can be applied to sorting DNA molecules, examining viruses, constructing electronic devices with carbon nanotubes, and actuating nanoscale electric motors.

The field of nanotechnology is inherently multidisciplinary-in its principles, in its techniques, and in its applications-and meeting its current and future challenges will require the kind of approach reflected in this book. Unmatched in its scope, Nanoelectromechanics in Engineering and Biology offers an outstanding opportunity for people in all areas of research and technology to explore the use and precise manipulation of nanoscale structures.

Review: "Overall, this is the first book noted to unite and directly address particle electrokinetics and nanotechnology. Hughes provides a thorough description of the phenomena associated with nanoscale particle manipulation. [A] significant amount of information on applications and background knowledge is provided for each technology described." - Micro/Nano, July 2004 "Dr. Hughes' bookis unique in bridging the gap between key disciplines critical to the future of nanotechnology in the 21st century. The boundaries between disciplines are fast disappearing, but few textbooks have captured the need for providing students with a spectrum of information across the key areas of science and technology where it is predicted many new developments will take place. This is at the critical interface between nanoscience, mechanical and electrical/electronic engineering and biology. The many academic institutions that are in the process of setting up truly multidisciplinary departments and research groups will find this timely publication neatly fills what was until now a worrying vacuum." -Ottilia Saxl, CEO, The Institute of Nanotechnology

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Titel: Nanoelectromechanics in Engineering and ...
Verlag: CRC Press/Ane Books
Erscheinungsdatum: 2002
Einband: Hardcover
Zustand: New

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