Frontiers of Multifunctional Nanosystems

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Eugenia V. Buzaneva, Peter Scharff
Springer Science & Business Media, May 31, 2002 - Science - 485 pages
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General routes to the development of innovative, multi functional nanosystems are described by experts in the field. The systems described are based on fullerenes, nanotubes, metals (Au, Ag, Pt, etc.) and semiconductors (Si, CdS, CdTe, metal oxides), nanocrystals and polymer / biopolymer assembly systems. The book also discusses the realization and characterization of the fundamental properties of nanosystems, defined by nano-size effects, as well as the application of such systems in electronics, optics, magnetoelectronics, spintronics, biomedicine, pharmaceutical biocomplexes, and biosensors.
 

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Contents

the example of silica
1
Application of the IMOMM Integrated Molecular Orbital Molecular Mechanics method for biopolymers
17
Molecular orbital simulation of semiconductor and metal clusters
29
Modeling and interpretation of STM images of carbon nanosystems
43
Carbon nanotubes under internal pressure
59
Recognition templates for biomaterials with engineered bioreactivity
75
Layerbylayer method for immobilization of protein molecules on biochip surface
79
Enzyme electrodes with enzyme immobilized by solgel technique
91
Aggregation of fullerenes in pyridinewater solutions
281
Infared spectrum of fullerene C60 aggregates in water solution
287
Electrical and magnetic prperties of undoped fullerene polymers
291
Direct transition in the porous nanosilicon measured by electroreflectance
313
nucleic acids proteins and their complexes
321
Application of atomic force microscopy in protein and DNA biochips development
331
Peculiarities of Th Terrestris spores surface ultrastructure in vestigated by AFM
341
Relaxtion of nanostructured molecular materials under the influence of solvent vapors
347

Templatedirected lattices of naostructures prepartion and physical properties
109
Templates for metal nanowire selfassembly
139
Layerbylayer assembly of nanotubes and nanofilms from nanoparticle and polymer blocks for electronic applications
147
Nonthermal plasma synthesis of nanocarbons
163
A novel network structure of organometallic clusters in gas phase
173
Nanotechnology of DNAnanoSi and DNACarbon nanotubesnaoSi chips
191
Fundamental properties and applications of fullerene and carbon nanotube systems
213
some lessons from studies on the molecular basis of drug binding
225
DNA modifications by novel antitumor platinum drugs
229
adrenodoxin reductaseandrenodoxin complex in steroid biosynthesis
251
Interaction of nucleic acids and lipids from tumour cells with anticancer drugs an SEIRA spectroscopy data
265
Biospecific interactions on the optical tansducer surface the base of infection diagnostics
369
Thin film biotermosensors
377
Porous silicon as transducer for immune sensors from to practice
383
A porous silicon microactivity as am optical and electrical multiparametric chemical sensor
399
Composite siliconbased photonic crystals as light emission sensor elements
413
Optical transmission of macroporous silicon
427
Magnetoresistive sensors and memory
431
The electron spin in nanoelectronics
453
Subject Index
477
List of Participants
479
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