Handbook of Nanomaterials in Analytical Chemistry

Editor: Hussain, Chaudhery Mustansar
Publication Year: 2020
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology

Single-User Purchase Price: $200.00
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ISBN: 978-0-12-816699-4
Category: Science - Chemistry
Image Count: 106
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Handbook of Nanomaterials in Analytical Chemistry: Modern Trends in Analysis explores the recent advancements in a variety of analytical chemistry techniques due to nanotechnology.

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Table of Contents

  • List of contributors
  • 1: Carbon nanodots from natural (re)sources: a new perspective on analytical chemistry
  • 2: Modern age of analytical chemistry: nanomaterials
  • 3: Nanomaterials for microextraction techniques in bioanalysis
  • 4: Recent advances in solid-phase extraction techniques with nanomaterials
  • 5: The use of magnetic nanoparticles in sample preparation devices and tools
  • 6: Separation techniques with nanomaterials
  • 7: Membrane applications of nanomaterials
  • 8: Micro total analysis systems with nanomaterials
  • 9: Electrochemically engineered nanoporous photonic crystal structures for optical sensing and biosensing
  • 10: Pressure and temperature optical sensors: luminescence of lanthanide-doped nanomaterials for contactless nanomanometry and nanothermometry
  • 11: Nanoparticle-integrated electrochemical devices for identification of mycotoxins
  • 12: Functional nanomaterial-derived electrochemical sensor and biosensor platforms for biomedical applications
  • 13: Nanomaterial-based sensors
  • 14: MXene-based sensors and biosensors: next-generation detection platforms
  • 15: Functionalized nanomaterials for sample preparation methods
  • 16: Surface-modified metal nanoparticles for recognition of toxic organic molecules
  • 17: Safety risk, ELSI (ethical, legal, social issues), and economics of nanomaterials
  • 18: Advanced micro- and nanoscale characterization techniques for carbonaceous aerosols
  • 19: Issues related with the analysis of nanomaterials
  • 20: Graphene quantum dots in biomedical applications: recent advances and future challenges