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- Introduction: Nanomaterials and electrochemical sensors
2. Process manufacturing techniques for nanomaterials
3. Biological methods for preparing nanomaterials
4. Chemical methods for preparing nanomaterials
5. Toxicity of nanomaterials
6. Types of electrochemical Sensors
7. Electrochemical sensors using nanotechnology
8. Nanotechnology-based sensing methods
9. Metal oxides and their sensing application
10. Silicate and its sensing applications
11. RFID sensors based on nanomaterials
12. Electrochemical sensors a pure process for environment and energy applications
13. Biological and biomedical applications of electrochemical sensors
14. Electrochemical sensors for organic compounds
15. Electrochemical sensor for heavy metal detection
16. Electrochemical sensor for detection of nitric oxides
17. Nanomaterials-based electrochemical sensing of histamine
18. Nanostructured complexes of gold(I) in sensing
19. Analyte sensing with self-healing materials
As opposed to conventional electrochemical sensors, nanomaterials-based sensors are active and effective in their action with even a minute concentration of analyte. A number of research studies are bringing about an evolution in their development and advancement because of their unique and effective properties.
Nanoscale electrochemical sensors have applications in almost every field of life including the detection of neurochemicals, heavy metals, energy components, body fluids, biological matrices, cancer relevant biomolecules, aromatic hydrocarbons, also in playing their role in food science because of their capability in providing quality control and safety. There is a need to develop these nanomaterials-based electrochemical sensors to be more widely available for accurate sensing of minute concentrations especially in the case of heavy metal detection, biofluids, and other biomaterials. This book outlines the major preparation, fabrication and manufacture of nanomaterials-based electrochemical sensors, as well as detailing their principle medical, environmental and industrial applications in an effort to meet this need.
This book is a valuable reference source for materials scientists, engineers, electrochemists, environmental engineers and biomedical engineers who want to understand how nanomaterials-based electrochemical sensors are made, and how they are used.
- Explains the techniques used for the fabrication and manufacture of nanomaterials-based electrochemical sensors
- Discusses the major applications of nanomaterials-based electrochemical sensors in biomedicine and environmental science
- Assesses the potential toxicity and other challenges associated with using nanomaterials-based electrochemical sensors
Materials scientists and engineers
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Prof. Francis Verpoort is Professor in Inorganic and Physical Chemistry at Ghent University, Belgium. His research focuses in the areas of structure and mechanisms of organometallic materials chemistry, and the cultivation of small materials.
Professor, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium
Awais Ahmad is an early-career Researcher currently working at Department of Chemistry, The University of Lahore in Pakistan. He completed his Graduation from Government College University Faisalabad, Pakistan in field of Applied Chemistry and masters in Inorganic Chemistry from The University of Lahore. His main research interest is in nanomaterials, Nanocomposite, wastewater treatment, Energy Applications, water splitting, Supercapacitors, Solar cell, MOF, single atom catalysis . He is also researching electrochemical sensors, electrocatalysis, and biosensors. He is also working as guest editor in Coating MDPI under title as Synthesis, Characterization and Applications of Coated Composite Materials for Energy Applications. He has 8 books as editor in Elsevier Underpipeline and 1 in Material Research LLA USA.
Researcher, Department of Chemistry, The University of Lahore, Lahore and Department of Applied Chemistry, Government College University Faisalabad, Pakistan
Dr. Anish Khan is Currently working as Assistant Professor, Chemistry Department, Centre of Excellence for Advanced Materais Research (CEAMR), Faculty of Science, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Ph.D. from Aligarh Muslim University, India from 2010. Research experience of working in the field of synthetic polymers, organic-inorganic electrically conducting nano-composites. Complete Postdoctoral from School of Chemical Sciences, University Sains Malaysia (USM) electroanalytical chemistry in 2010-2011. Research and teaching experiance, more than 100 research papers published in reffered international journal. More then 20 international conferences/ workshop and 3 books published 6 in Progress and 12 Book chapters. Around 20 research project completed. Manageriel Editor of Chemical and Environmental Research (CER) Journal, Member of American Nano Society, Field of specialization is polymer nano composite/cation-exchanger/chemical sensor/microbiosensor/nanotechnology, application of nano materials in electroanalytical chemistry, material chemistry, ion-exchange chromatography and electro-analytical chemistry, dealing with the synthesis, characterization (using different analytical techniques) and derivatization of inorganic ion-exchanger by the incorporation of electrically conducting polymers. Preparation and characterization of hybrid nano composite materials and their applications, Polymeric inorganic cation –exchange materials, Electrically conducting polymeric, materials, Composite material use as Sensors, Green chemistry by remediation of pollution, Heavy metal ion selective membrane electrode, Biosensor on neurotransmitter.
Assistant Professor, Chemistry Department, Center of Excellence for Advanced Materials Research, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Sanjay Mavinkere Rangappa is a Life Member of the Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) and Associate Member of the Institute of Engineers (India). He has published more than 75 articles in international peer reviewed journals, authored over 20 book chapters and one entire book, as well as editing 14 books. His current research areas include natural fiber composites, polymer composites and advanced material technology. He is a recipient of DAAD Academic exchange-PPP Programme (Project- related Personnel Exchange) between Thailand and Germany to Institute of Composite Materials, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany. He has received a Top Peer Reviewer 2019 award, Global Peer Review Awards, powered by Publons, Web of Science Group.
Senior Research Scientist, King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok (KMUTNB), Bangkok, Thailand
Dr Shafaqat Ali is an Associate Professor at GC University in Pakistan. He received his PhD in Crop Science from Zhejiang University, China, in 2010. He was previously the Agricultural Officer for the Government of Pakistan and has been a visiting scientist to the Institute of Soil Science in the Chinese Academy of Sciences since May 2017. He has almost 250 publications and over 6,000 citations.
Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, GC University, Pakistan
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