Functional Nanomaterials for Sensors
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Because of their novel chemical and physical properties, functional nanomaterials have found increasing industrial applications in nanoelectronics, energy science, and biological applications. Functional Nanomaterials for Sensors surveys advances in functional nanomaterials and their use in sensing. It covers their properties, synthesis, design, fabrication, and their applications, including in chemical, biological, and gas sensing, environmental remediation, fuel cells, catalysis, electronic devices, and biotechnology.
• Describes how nanomaterial functionalization is being used to create more effective sensors.
• Discusses various synthesis procedures, characterization techniques, and which nanomaterials should be used for sensing applications.
• Provides an in-depth look into oxide nanostructures, carbon nanostructures, and 2D material fabrication.
• Explores the challenges of using nanoscale sensors for large-scale industrial applications.
This book is aimed at materials, chemical, biotech, and electronics researchers and industry professionals working on sensor design and development.
Table of Contents
1. Functional Nanomaterials Processing Methods. 2. Functional Nanomaterials for Potential Applications. 3. Functional Nanomaterials for Characterization Techniques. 4. Conducting Polymer Nanocomposites as sensors. 5. Carbon-based functional nanomaterials for the detection of volatile organic compounds. 6. Functional Nanomaterials for Photocatalysis Applications. 7. Functional Nanomaterials for Electrochemical Applications. 8. Functional Nanomaterials for Chemical Sensor. 9. Functional Nanomaterials for Gas Sensor. 10.Carbon-based functional nanomaterials for the detection of volatile organic compounds. 11. DNA-Aptamer based Electrochemical Biosensors for the Detection of Thrombin: Fundamentals and Applications. 12. Functional Nanomaterials for Biosensor and Bioapplications. 13. Functional Nanomaterials for Health and Environmental Issues. 14. Implications of the use of functional nanomaterials in the environment and health: Risk assessment and challenge.
Dr. Suresh Sagadevan is working as a Senior Research Fellow at the Nanotechnology & Catalysis Research Centre (NANOCAT), University of Malaya, Malaysia. He has authored 10 international book series and 20 book chapters. He has published more than 280 research papers in national and international journals.
Won-Chun Oh is Full Professor in the Department of Advanced Materials and Engineering, Hanseo University, Korea and the School of Materials Science and Engineering at Anhui University of Science and Technology, China. He obtained the Research Front Award from Korean Carbon Society and obtained the Yangsong Award from Korea Ceramic Society, the Excellent Paper Award from Korea Journal of Material Research, and the Best Paper Award from Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry for his pioneering work, and Award of Appreciation from ICMMA2011, ICMMA2014 and ICMMA2019. He is an ICMMA committee board member and has served as Conference Chairman and Vice-Chairman since 2007. He is the author or a co-author of 806 papers published in domestic and international journals and conference presentations as a special lecture, plenary lecture, and keynote lecture speaker. He serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Multifunctional Materials and Photoscience and Asian Journal of Materials Chemistry and as an Advisory Board Member of the Asian Journal of Chemistry and Nanomaterials.