Nanobiotechnology In Energy, Environment And Electronics: Methods And Applications by Claudio NicoliniNanobiotechnology In Energy, Environment And Electronics: Methods And Applications by Claudio Nicolini

Nanobiotechnology In Energy, Environment And Electronics: Methods And Applications

EditorClaudio Nicolini

Hardcover | September 2, 2015

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This book presents an overview of the current state of research in the field of nanotechnologies and biotechnologies for energy, environment, electronics, and health, as emerging from leading laboratories worldwide. It presents and describes in detail the recent research results in the most advanced nanobiotechnology-based methods and their possible applications to energy, environment, electronics, and public health.

The methods discussed in the book include anodic porous alumina, nanotubes, conductive polymers, molecular dynamics, innovative software, nanomembranes, lipases, octopus rhodopsin, chromosome translocation, pulsed power, nanotechnology, megatechnologies, mass spectrometry, and protein array. The applications discussed include nanobioelectronics, nanosensors, nanodevices, gas, environment, energy, industrial biofermentation, health, vaccinology, biodiesel production, Earth's interior, and metals. The book focuses on an array of applications to highlight important aspects of this interdisciplinary approach, underpinning the present challenges and showing the future potential solutions.

Claudio Nicoliniis life president of the Nanoworld Institute Fondazione EL.B.A., a foreign member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, honoris causa professor at Moscow State University, and editor-in-chief of theNanoWorldjournal in Santa Clara (California, USA). He was chair of biophysics at Temple University (USA) and Genova Universit...
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Title:Nanobiotechnology In Energy, Environment And Electronics: Methods And ApplicationsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:384 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:September 2, 2015Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9814463965

ISBN - 13:9789814463966

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Present Challenges and Future Solutions via Nanotechnology for Electronics, Environment and Energy;Claudio Nicolini

Part A: Methods

Influence of Chromosome Translocation on Yeast Life Span: Implications for Long-Term Industrial Biofermentation;Jason Sims, Dmitri Nikitin, and Carlo V. Bruschi

Pulsed Power Nanotechnologies for Disintegration and Breaking Up of Refractory Precious Metals Ores;Valentin A. Chanturiya and Igor Zh. Bunin

Modeling of Software Sensors in Bioprocess;Luca Belmonte and Claudio Nicolini

Nanotubes and Poly(o-ethoxyaniline) Nanostructured Films for Sensor Development;Pierluigi Cossari, Valter Bavastrello, and Claudio Nicolini

Molecular Dynamics for Nanobiotechnology;Marine Bozdaganyan, Nicola Bragazzi, Pechkova Eugenia, Orekhov Philipp, Kostantin Shaitan, and Claudio Nicolini

Nanomembranes for Biological Transmission Electron Microscopy;Daniel Rhinow

Part B: Energy Applications

Nanotechnology for Energy Devices;Enrico Stura, Davide Nicolini, and Claudio Nicolini

Matching Fungal Lipases Catalytic Activity for Biodiesel Production;Rosanna Spera and Claudio Nicolini

New Paradigms of the Development of the Earth's Interior;Alexy A. Peshkov, Natalia A. Matsko, Alexander G. Mikhailov, and Victor I. Bragin

Part C: Environment Applications

Anodic Porous Alumina and Nanosensors for Public Health and Vaccinology;Nicola Bragazzi, Manju Singh, and Claudio Nicolini

Mass Spectrometry and Protein Array for Environment;Rosanna Spera, Luca Belmonte, Fernanda Festa, Eugenia Pechkova, Shaorong Chong, Joshua LaBaer, and Claudio Nicolini

Part D: Electronic Applications

Conductive Polymers and Gas Sensors;Valter Bavastrello, Tercio Bezzerra, and Claudio Nicolini

Hardware Implementation of New Sensors for Health and Environment;Manuela Adami, Marco Sartore, Nicola Bragazzi, and Claudio Nicolini

The Role of ' Interactions in the Charged Species Stabilizations of Conjugated Polymers for Nanoelectronics;Riccardo Narizzano and Claudio Nicolini

Octopus Rhodopsin for Nanobioelectronics;Eugenia Pechkova, Mikhail Ostrovsky, Oksana Nekrasova, Anastasia Shebanova, Victor Sivozhelezov, Michail Kirpichnikov, and Claudio Nicolini