Chemically Modified Nanopores and Nanochannels is devoted to chemically modified nanopores and nanochannels, and covers the fundamentals of transport in chemically modified systems, an account of the different preparation and characterization techniques of chemically modified nanopores, their applications, and case studies. The book is designed for materials and biomaterials scientists, biomedical engineers, chemists, and chemical engineers who are interested in designing and utilizing processes to synthesize, modify, characterize, use, and model nanopores. The strong chemical focus of the book differentiates it from other books published on nanopores, which traditionally focus either on physics, biophysics, and nanofabrication (solid-state nanopores) or biophysics and biology (biological ion channels and pores). Explains how the chemical modification of nanopores and nanochannels can be used in filtration, membranes, and sensing. Provides advanced coverage of novel synthetic applications. Focuses on the latest developments in nanopore and nanochannel engineering. Presents an account of the different preparation and characterization techniques of chemically modified nanopores, their applications, and case studies.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Number of pages||209|
|State||Published - Aug 31 2016|
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Materials Science(all)