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Nanobiotechnology & nanobiosciences

Author: Claudio A Nicolini
Publisher: Singapore : Pan Stanford Pub ; Hackensack, NJ : Distributed by World Scientific Pub., ©2009.
Series: Pan Stanford series on nanobiotechnology, v. 1.
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Nanobiotechnology is capable of yielding a scientific and industrial revolution, as envisioned by the numerous programs on nanotechnology launched over the last decade by councils and governments worldwide, beginning in late 1995 by the Science and Technology Council in Italy, by President Clinton of the USA, and recently by Prime Minister Putin of the Russian Federation. This volume introduces, in a coherent and  Read more...
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Nicolini, Claudio A.
Nanobiotechnology & nanobiosciences.
Singapore : Pan Stanford Pub ; Hackensack, NJ : Distributed by World Scientific Pub., ©2009
(DLC) 2009288088
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Claudio A Nicolini
ISBN: 9789814241397 9814241393
OCLC Number: 647849648
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 367 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Contents: 1. Nanoscale materials. 1.1. Produced via LB technology. 1.2. Produced via organic chemistry. 1.3. Produced via LB nanostructuring. 1.4. Produced via APA nanostructuring --
2. Nanoscale probes. 2.1. Surface potential. 2.2. Atomic force microscopy. 2.3. Nuclear magnetic resonance. 2.4. Brewster-Angle microscopy. 2.5. Electrochemistry. 2.6. Infrared spectroscopy. 2.7. Nanogravimetry. 2.8. Biomolecular microarrays. 2.9. Biophysical informatics. 2.10. Mass spectrometry. 2.11. Synchrotron radiation --
3. Nanoscale applications in health and science. 3.1. Nanobiocrystallography. 3.2. Nanomedicine. 3.3. Nanogenomics. 3.4. Nanoproteomics. 3.5. Nanomechanics and nanooptics. 3.6. Cell nanobioscience --
4. Nanoscale applications in industry and energy compatible with environment. 4.1. Nanobioelectronics. 4.2. Nanoenergetics compatible with environment. 4.3. Nanobiocatalysis.
Series Title: Pan Stanford series on nanobiotechnology, v. 1.
Other Titles: Nanobiotechnology and nanobiosciences
Responsibility: Claudio Nicolini.

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Defines and reviews the major sectors of nanobiotechnology and nanobiosciences with respect to various developments. This book covers the basic principles and main applications of nanobiotechnology  Read more...

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