- 出版社: Wiley-VCH; 1 (2010年8月10日)
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Trace Analysis with Nanomaterials 精装 – 2010年8月10日
Dr. David T. Pierce received his bachelor's degree in Chemistry at McGill University in 1985 and his Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry in 1991 at the University of Vermont. Following post-doctorial work at the University of Texas – Austin and a short research exchange at the Technical University in Budapest, he joined the University of North Dakota in 1992, where he currently serves as Professor and Chair of the Chemistry Department. Dr. Pierce has authored more than 60 assorted works in areas of microchemical and electrochemical analysis. His current research is focused on the development of ultrasensitive analytical methods to determine trace elements in environmental matracies.
Dr. Jullia Xiaojun Zhao is a tenured faculty member in the Department of Chemistry at the University of North Dakota. She has worked in the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology for ten years. She has authored for more than 50 publications and holds three patents. Currently, she is serving on editorial boards of four international scientific journals, and is the Principle Investigator for three US National Science Foundation awards. Dr. Zhao's research group is focused on the development of various photosensitive nanomaterials and applications of these nanomaterials in biological studies. In addition, Dr. Zhao is interested in the development of nanocatalysts for efficient energy conversion. Currently she is involved in projects from the design and synthesis of novel nanoparticles, to the investigation of toxicity of nanomaterials to living system and the development of nanosensors for trace analysis.
List of Contributors.
PART 1 Biological and Chemical Analysis.
1 Photoswitchable Nanoprobes for Biological Imaging Applications (Zhiyuan Tian, Wuwei Wu and Alexander D.Q. Li).
1.2 Photoswitchable Fluorescent Nanoprobes.
1.3 Photoswitchable Magnetic Nanoparticles.
1.4 Future Perspectives.
2 Applications of Semiconductor Quantum Dots in Chemical and Biological Analysis (Xingguang Su and Qiang Ma).
2.5 Synthesis and Surface Chemistry.
2.6 Trace Analysis Using Quantum Dots.
3 Nanomaterial-Based Electrochemical Biosensors and Bioassays (Guodong Liu, Xun Mao, Anant Gurung, Meenu Baloda, Yuehe Lin and Yuqing He).
3.2 Nanomaterial Labels Used in Electrochemical Biosensors and Bioassays.
3.3 Nanomaterial-Based Electrochemical Devices for Point-of-Care Diagnosis.
4 Chemical and Biological Sensing by Electron Transport in Nanomaterials (Jai-Pil Choi).
4.2 Electron Transport through Metal Nanoparticles.
4.3 Sensing Applications Based on Electron Transport in Nanoparticle Assemblies.
4.4 Concluding Remarks.
5 Micro- and Nanofluidic Systems for Trace Analysis of Biological Samples (Debashis Dutta).
5.2 Nucleic Acid Analysis.
5.3 Protein Analysis.
5.4 Microfluidic Devices for Single-Cell Analysis.
PART 2 Environmental Analysis.
6 Molecularly Imprinted Polymer Submicron Particles Tailored for Extraction of Trace Estrogens in Water (Edward Lai, Anatasiya Dzhun and Zack de Maleki).
6.2 Principle of Molecular Recognition by Imprinting.
6.3 Analytical Application of MIPs for Biopharmaceuticals and Toxins.
6.4 Preparation of MIP Submicron Particles.
6.5 Binding Properties of MIP Submicron Particles with E2.
6.6 Trace Analysis of E2 in Wastewater Treatment.
6.7 Current Progress.
6.8 Recent Advances in MIP Technology for Continuing Development.
7 Trace Detection of High Explosives with Nanomaterials (Wujian Miao, Cunwang Ge, Suman Parajuli, Jian Shi and Xiaohui Jing).
7.2 Techniques for Trace Detection of High Explosives.
8 Nanostructured Materials for Selective Collection of Trace-Level Metals from Aqueous Systems (Sean A. Fontenot, Timothy G. Carter, Darren W. Johnson, R. Shane Addlman, Marvin G. Warner, Wassana Yantasee, Cynthia L. Warner, Glen E. Fryxell and John T. Bays).
8.2 Sorbents for Trace-Metal Collection and Analysis: Relevant Figures of Merit.
8.3 Thiol-Functionalized Ordered Mesoporous Silica for Heavy Metal Collection.
8.4 Surface-Functionalized Magnetic Nanoparticles for Heavy Metal Capture and Detection.
8.5 Nanoporous Carbon Based Sorbent Materials.
8.6 Other Nanostructured Sorbent Materials.
8.7 Concluding Thoughts.
9 Synthesis and Analysis Applications of TiO2-Based Nanomaterials (Aize Li, Benjamen C. Sun, Nenny Fahruddin, Julia X. Zhao and David T. Pierce).
9.2 Synthesis of TiO2 Nanostructures.
9.3 Applications of TiO2-Based Nanomaterials for Chemical Analysis.
10 Nanomaterials in the Environment: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (Rhett J. Clark, Jonathan G.C. Veinot and Charles S. Wong).
10.2 The Good: Nanomaterials for Environmental Sensing.
10.3 The Bad: Environmental Fate of Nanomaterials.
10.4 The Ugly: Detection of Nanomaterials in the Environment.
PART 3 Advanced Methods and Materials.
11 Electroanalytical Measurements at Electrodes Modified with Metal Nanoparticles (James A. Cox and Shouzhong Zou).
11.2 Modification of Electrodes with Nanoparticles.
11.3 Geometric Factors in Electrocatalysis by Nanoparticles.
11.4 Analytical Applications of Electrodes Modified with Metal Nanoparticles.
12 Single Molecule and Single Event Nnoelectrochemical Analysis (Shanlin Pan and Gangli Wang).
12.2 Basic Concepts.
12.3 Single-Molecule Electrochemistry.
12.4 Single-Nanoparticle Electrochemical Detection.
12.5 Nanoelectrodes for Ultrasensitive Electrochemical Detection and High-Resolution Imaging.
12.6 Electrochemical Detection in Nanodomains of Biological Systems.
12.7 Localized Delivery and Imaging by Using Single Nanopipette-Based Conductance Techniques.
12.8 Final Remarks.
13 Analytical Applications of Block Copolymer-Derived Nanoporous Membranes (Takashi Ito and D.M. Neluni T. Perera).
13.2 Monolithic Membranes Containing Arrays of Cylindrical Nanoscale Pores.
13.3 BCP-Derived Monoliths Containing Arrays of Cylindrical Nanopores.
13.4 Surface Functionalization of BCP-Derived Cylindrical Nanopores.
13.5 Investigation of the Permeation of Molecules through BCP-Derived Nanoporous Monoliths and their Analytical Applications.
14 Synthesis and Applications of Gold Nanorods (Carrie L. John, Shuping Xu, Yuhui Jin, Shaina L. Strating and Juia Xiaojun Zhao).
14.2 Au Nanorod Synthesis.
14.3 Signal Enhancement.
14.4 Applications of Au Nanorods in Trace Analysis.
14.5 Applications of Au Nanorods in Other Fields.
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