Nanoobjects and Nanotechnologies in Analytical Chemistry
Edited by:Sergei Shtykov
With contributions of:Lev Dykman, Nikolai Khlebtsov, Sergei Shchyogolev, Irina Goryacheva, Tatyana Rusanova, Tatiana Smirnova, Elena Zhelobitskaya, Khiena Brainina, Natalia Stozhko, M. Bukharinova, E. Vikulova, Guzel Ziyatdinova, Herman Budnikov, Gennady Evtugyn, Anna Porfireva, Tibor Hianik, Stanislava Dmitrienko, Vladimir Apyari, Svetlana Grazhulene, A. Red'kin, Andrey Pirogov and Elena Sumina
Nanoanalytics is a novel branch of analytical chemistry which explores applications of nanotechnologies in chemical analysis. This comprehensive publication gives an overview of the analytical techniques used to study nanoobjects and nanoparticles as well as the application of nanomaterials themselves in the development of new methods of analysis. The authors also address important metrology aspects and give future prospects of the area.
Introduces and explains the concept of nanoanalytics. Covers the fundamentals, recent developments, novel solutions and state-of-the-art. Examines the applications of nanoobjects in chemical analysis, chemosensors and separation techniques.
Prof. Sergei Shtykov, Saratov State University, Saratov, Russia.