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Magnetic Nanomaterials in Analytical Chemistry provides the first comprehensive review of magnetic nanomaterials in a variety of analytical chemistry applications, including basic information necessary for students and those new to the topic to utilize them. In addition to analytical chemists, those in various other disciplines where these materials have great potential—e.g., organic chemistry, catalysis, sensors—will also find this a valuable resource. Magnetic nanomaterials that can be controlled using external magnetic fields have opened new doors for the development of new sample preparation methods and novel magnetic sorbents for forensic chemistry, environmental monitoring, magnetic digital microfluidics, bioanalysis, and food analysis.
In addition, they are seeing wide application as sensing materials in the development of giant magnetoresistive sensors, biosensors, electrochemical sensors, surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy sensors, resonance light scattering sensors, and colorimetric sensors.
- Includes fundamental information on magnetic nanomaterials, including their classification, synthesis, functionalization, and characterization methods, separation and isolation techniques, toxicity, fate, and safe disposal
- Each chapter describes a specific application
- Utilizes figures, schemes, and images for better understanding of the principles of the method
- Presents information on advanced methods, such as giant magnetoresistive and magnetic digital microfluidics
Analytical Chemistry researchers; graduate and upper undergraduate students; researchers teaching the subject of magnetic nanoparticles in specialistic courses. Analytical chemists working in the industrial sector and researchers in other fields working in nanomagnetism such as Materials Science
Section 1: Fundamentals
1. Classification, synthesis, and functionalization of magnetic nanomaterials
2. Separation and isolation of magnetic nanomaterials
3. Characterization of magnetic nanomaterials
4. Toxicity, fate, and safe disposal of magnetic nanomaterials
Section 2: Application of magnetic nanomaterials as sorbents
5. Application of magnetic nanomaterials in food analysis
6. Application of magnetic nanomaterials in bioanalysis
7. Application of magnetic nanomaterials in environmental monitoring
8. Application of magnetic nanomaterials in forensic chemistry
9. Application of magnetic nanomaterials in magnetic digital microfluidics
Section 3: Application of magnetic nanomaterials as sensors
10. Application of magnetic nanomaterials as colorimetric sensors
11. Application of magnetic nanomaterials as resonance light scattering sensors
12. Application of magnetic nanomaterials as surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy sensors
13. Application of magnetic nanomaterials as electrochemical sensors
14. Application of magnetic nanomaterials as biosensors
15. Application of magnetic nanomaterials as giant magnetoresistive sensors
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- 28th April 2021
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Dr. Mazaher Ahmadi received his Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from Bu-Ali Sina University in 2017. He has been to Alicante University, Spain, and Stockholm University, Sweden, as a visiting researcher in 2015-2016 and 2016-2017, respectively. He became an Assistant Professor of Analytical Chemistry at Bu-Ali Sina University in 2019. His professional experiences also include two post-doctorate research courses at Shiraz University of Medical Science, Iran, and Bu-Ali Sina University, Iran, in 2017-2018 and 2018-2019, respectively. Dr. Ahmadi is an expert in nanotechnology, analytical method development, pollutant removal, and wastewater treatment. He has edited six Elsevier books. He also has contributed eleven book chapters with Elsevier.
Assistant Professor, Department of Analytical Chemistry, Bu-Ali Sina University, Hamedan, Iran
Prof. Abbas Afkhami is a Full Professor of Analytical Chemistry since 2001. He has published more than 310 scientific articles in reputed international journals and two edited Elsevier books in different fields. His research is mainly focused on the development of electrochemical sensors and biosensors. Afkhami has received several awards and honors including the international scientist by ISI (ESI) since 2011, the award of the organization of the Islamic countries (COMSTECH Award), 2009, distinguished professor of the I. R. Iran Universities, 2012, distinguished Analytical chemist of Iran, selected by the Iranian Chemical Society, 2010, and distinguished researcher of Bu-Ali Sina University, selected by the Iranian Ministry of Science, Research and Technology, 2004. He serves as the Editor-in-Chief in Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry Research, the editorial board of Green and Sustainable Chemistry, and the board of directors of the Iranian Chemical Society. He also acts as a reviewer in many journals.
Professor, Faculty of Chemistry, Bu-Ali Sina University, Hamadan, Iran
Prof. Tayyebeh Madrakian is a Full Professor of Analytical Chemistry since 2011. Her research interests comprise separation techniques, including the developing of new approaches and synthesis of novel nanomaterials. She has co-authored 190 scientific articles, 2 Elsevier books, and 10 book chapters. Madrakian was on the list of top 1% most outstanding scientists by Essential Science Indicators (ESI) in 2019. She has recently received several awards and honors including distinguished Analytical chemist of Iran, selected by the Iranian Chemical Society, and the national award of the second Woman and Science festival. Madrakian serves as the editorial board of Nanochemistry Research and board of directors of the Iranian Chemical Society. She also acts as a reviewer in many journals (e.g. Analytica Chimica Acta, Sensors and Actuators B, Talanta, J. Hazardous Materials, Microchemical Journal, Microchimica Acta, Materials Science and Engineering C, Applied Surface Science, Analytical Methods, RSC Advances, New Journal of Chemistry).
Faculty of Chemistry, Department of Analytical Chemistry, Bu-Ali Sina University, Hamedan, Iran
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