Nanotechnology in the Security Systems by Janez BonNanotechnology in the Security Systems by Janez Bon

Nanotechnology in the Security Systems

byJanez BonEditorSergei Kruchinin

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The topics discussed at the NATO Advanced Research Workshop "Nanotechnology in the Security Systems" included nanophysics, nanotechnology, nanomaterials, sensors, biosensors security systems, explosive detection. There have been many significant advances in the past two years and some entirely new directions of research are just opening up. Recent advances in nano science have demonstrated that fundamentally new physical phenomena are found when systems are reduced in size with dimensions, comparable to the fundamental microscopic length scales of the investigated material. Recent developments in nanotechnology and measurement techniques now allow experimental investigation of transport properties of nano devices. This work will be of interest to researchers working in spintronics, molecular electronics and quantum information processing.

Title:Nanotechnology in the Security SystemsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:286 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.17 inPublished:August 6, 2014Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401790523

ISBN - 13:9789401790529

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Part I Nanomaterials.- 1. Spin Control in Quantum Dots for Quantum Information; S. Prabhakar et al.- 2. The Mixed State of Thin Films in Parallel Fields; M.N. Kunchur et al.- 3. Graphene: Beyond the Massless Dirac's Fermion Approach; H.V. Grushevskaya, G.G. Krylov.- 4. Magnetic Resonance Study of Nickel and Nitrogen Co-Modified Titanium Dioxide Nanocomposites; N. Guskos et al.- 5. Investigation of Dependency of Microstructure Quality on Vibration Mode; A. Palevicius et al.- 6. On the Energy Spectrum of Two-Electron Quantum Dot in External Magnetic Field; N.N. Bogolubov Jr. et al.- 7. Radiation Technologies of Polymer Composites Properties Modification; O.S. Nychyporenko et al.- 8. Energy Current and Energy Fluctuations in Driven Quantum Wires; D. Crivelli et al.- 9. Magnetic Properties of Fe2O3/ZnO Nanocomposites; J. Typek et al.- 10. Low-Frequency Quantum Oscillations due to Strong Electron Correlations; A. Sherman.- 11. The Heat Capacity of Nanotube Bundles with 1D Chains of Gas Adsorbates; M.S. Barabashko et al.- 12. Nanoscale Aspects of Phase Transitions in Copper Based Shape Memory Alloys; O. Adiguzel.- Part II Nanosensors.- 13. Highly Selective and Sensitive Biochemical Detector; B. Vlahovic, K. Dvoyan.- 14. On Question of Possibilities of NMR in Weak Magnetic Fields for Detection of Illicit Liquids; V.I. Chizhik et al.- 15. Screening of Liquids with Quasioptical High-TcJosephson Detectors; Yu. Divin et al.- 16. Multianalytes Gas Sensors by Soft Lithography Induced Gratings with Sol-Gel and Copolymers Nanocomposites; A. El Sachat et al.- 17. Applicability of Time-Averaged Holography for Reliability Assessment of Chemical Sensors; P. Palevicius et al.- 18. Metal-Insulator Transition Mechanism and Sensors Using Mott Insulator VO2; H.-T. Kim.- 19. Nanoecological Security of Foodstuffs and Human; O. Kharlamov et al.- 20.- Nanosensors in Systems of Ecological Security; G. Kharlamova et al.- 21. Smart Polymers as Basic for Bio-, Chemical and Physical Sensors; A.N. Lachinov et al.- 22. Mechanism of Influence of Aminoacid Adsorption on Photoluminescence of Nanoporous Silicon; V.G. Litovchenko, T.I. Gorbanyuk.- 23. Transmission of Measuring Signals and Power Supply of Remote Sensors; A. Penin, A. Sidorenko.