Frontiers of Multifunctional Nanosystems (NATO Science Series II Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry)

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Frontiers of Multifunctional Nanosystems (NATO Science Series II Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 500 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781402005602
  • DDC分類 620.5

Full Description

General routes to the development of innovative, multi functional nanosystems are described by experts in the field. The systems described are based on fullerenes, nanotubes, metals (Au, Ag, Pt, etc.) and semiconductors (Si, CdS, CdTe, metal oxides), nanocrystals and polymer / biopolymer assembly systems. The book also discusses the realization and characterization of the fundamental properties of nanosystems, defined by nano-size effects, as well as the application of such systems in electronics, optics, magnetoelectronics, spintronics, biomedicine, pharmaceutical biocomplexes, and biosensors.

Contents

Preface. Photograph of Participants. Part I. Modeling and Simulation of Nanoparticle and Molecular Nanosystems. Multiscale computer simulations in physics, chemistry and biology: the example of silica; J. Horbach, et al. Application of the IMOMM (Integrated Molecular Orbital Molecular Mechanics) method for biopolymers; I. Komáromi, L. Muszbek. Molecular orbital simulation of semiconductor and metal clusters; V. Gurin. Modeling and interpretation of STM images of carbon nanosystems; G.I. Márk, et al. Carbon Nanotubes under internal pressure; B.A. Galanov, et al. Part II. Nanotechnology of Nanoparticle and Molecular Nanosystems. Recognition templates for biomaterials with engineered bioreactivity; B. Ratner, et al. Layer-by-layer method for immobilization of protein molecules on biochip surface; G. Zhavnerko, et al. Enzyme electrodes with enzyme immobilised by sol-gel technique; M. Przybyt, M. Bialkowska. Template-directed lattices of nanostructures; preparation and physical properties; S. Romanov. Templates for metal nanowire self-assembly; M. Brust, et al. Layer-by-layer assembly of nanotubes and nanofilms from nanoparticle and polymer blocks for electronic applications; N. Kovtyukhova, et al. Non-thermal plasma synthesis of nanocarbons; A. Huczko, et al. A novel network structure of organometallic clusters in gas phase; A. Nakajima, K. Kaya. Nanotechnology of DNA/nano-Si and DNA/Carbon nanotubes/nano-Si chips; E. Buzaneva, et al. Part III. Fundamental Properties of Nanosystems. Fundamental properties and applications of fullerene and carbon nanotube systems; P. Scharff. Fundamental properties of DNA: some lessons from studies on the molecular basis of drug binding; M. Waring. DNA modifications by novel antitumorplatinum drugs; V. Brabec. Studies on protein electron carrier complexes: adrenodoxin reductase-adrenodoxin complex in steroid biosynthesis; S. Mardanyan, Y. Sargisova. Interaction of nucleic acids and lipids from tumour cells with anticancer drugs: an SEIRA spectroscopy data; G. Dovbeshko, et al. Aggregation of fullerenes in pyridine/water solutions; V.L. Aksenov, et al. Infrared spectrum of fullerene C60 aggregates in water solution; A.A. Golub, et al. Electrical and magnetic properties of undoped fullerene polymers; T. Makarova, B. Sundqvist. Direct transition in the porous nanosilicon measured by electroflectance; R.Y. Holiney, et al. Part IV. Single and Assembled Molecules Experiments. Scanning probe microscopy of biomacromolecules: nucleic acids, proteins and their complexes; O.I. Kisolyova, et al. Application of atomic force microscopy in protein and DNA biochips development; O. Stukalov. Peculiarities of Th. Terrestris spores surface ultrastructure investigated by AFM; E.H. Gromozova, et al. Part V. Multifunctional Nanosystems. Relaxation of nanostructured molecular materials under the infuence of solvent vapors; Y. Shirshov, et al. Biospecific interactions on the optical transducer surface &endash; the base of infection diagnostics; N. Starodub, et al. Thin film biotermosensors; A. Shmyryeva, N. Starodub. Porous silicon as transducer for immune sensors: from theory to practice; V. Starodub. A porous silicon microcavity as an optical and electrical multiparametric chemical sensor; Z. Gaburro, et al. Composite silicon-based photonic crystals and light emission and sensor elements; L. Karachevtseva. Optical transmission of macroporous silicon; A. Remenyuk, et al. Magnetoresistive sensors and memory;