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Nanoscale Assembly and Fabrication by Electrokinetics

ISBN: 9781455731732 | 1455731730
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd
Pub. Date: 11/10/2014

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The ability to move, manipulate and precisely assemble nanoscale materials is key to further advances in nanotechnology, especially nanoscale manufacturing, fabrication of sensors, electronics components etc. Electrokinetics is a key technique for achieving these ends, an is already widely used in MEMS and nanotechnology applications. This book provides a thorough overview of electrokinetics, focusing on both theoretical and experimental aspects of this important technique. Wen Li shows how to use electric field concepts to assemble nanoscale systems (i.e. systems on the scale of molecules). The use of field forces, as in electrokinetics, offers the level of precision required to manipulate and assemble large arrays of similar structures at the nano-scale. Electrokinetics is also put into a broader context by the author's wider examination of nanoscale systems, including an explanation of how competing forces and interactions operate at the molecular scale. Wen Li's book will enable readers to develop the ability to systematically design nano-sensing platforms and nano-manufacturing systems in a range of applications for areas including healthcare, precision engineering, lubrication, cell manipulation and the analysis of biological samples. Build a fundamental understanding of how to rapidly manipulate and assemble nanoscale entities using electrokinetics. Gain knowledge of the engineering methods available for parallel nanoscale manipulation, assembly, and manufacturing. Develop the ability to systematically design nano-sensing platforms and nano-manufacturing systems.

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