Handbook of Nanotechnology by Abel Lajtha, Abel Lajtha, E. Sylvester Vizi

By Abel Lajtha, Abel Lajtha, E. Sylvester Vizi

"Professor Bhushan has harnessed his personal wisdom and adventure, received in different industries and universities, and has assembled approximately a hundred across the world famous authors from 3 continents to put in writing greater than forty chapters. The authors come from either academia and ... [This publication] is a well timed addition to the literature on nanotechnology , which I expect will stimulate extra curiosity during this very important new box and function a useful source to participants of the overseas clinical and commercial community." NEAL LANE, collage PROFESSOR, RICE collage FORMER particular ASSISTANT TO PRESIDENT CLINTON AND DIRECTOR OF THE NSF

The authoritativeness of this new instruction manual is assured through an skilled editor and overseas workforce of greater than ninety authors, together with Nobel Laureate Gerd okay. Binnig. The instruction manual comprises over 900 illustrations and various finished fabrics information tables, encompasses a totally searchable CD-ROM permitting easy access to information, and covers the broadest a possibility variety of subject matters, together with: Nanostructures; Micro/Nanofabrication; MEMS/NEMS fabrics and units; Nanomechanics; fabrics technology; Reliability Engineering; Scanning Probe; strength Microscopies; Nanotribology; Nanorheology; organic Nanotechnology; healing Nanodevices; Molecular expertise; commercial purposes; Micro/Nanodevice Reliability; Social and moral Implications

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For a single polymer strand of 100 repeating amino acid units, a total of 20100 unique combinations of polypeptide sequences are possible. Considering that proteins can incorporate more than one polypetide chain with over 4,000 amino acid residues each, it is obvious that nature can assemble an enormous number of different biomolecules relying on the same fabrication strategy and a relatively small pool of building blocks. Springer Handbook of Nanotechnology B. Bhushan • ! Springer 2004 1 Nanomaterials Synthesis and Applications: Molecule-Based Devices Sugar residue 5' end HO Heterocyclic base O Nucleotide repeating unit O O P O O– O O O P O O– Polynucleotide strand b) NH2 N N N N NH2 NH N G 2 nm B-DNA double helix NH N O C a) O T b) Amino acid repeating unit O Ammonium end H3N + R c) N 3' end O Me N NH2 N A O O O P O O– O N 3 nm O O O P O O– n a) and sugar residues joined by covalent bonds.

2 Digital Processing and Molecular Logic Gates ............. 3 Molecular AND, NOT, and OR Gates .. 4 Combinational Logic at the Molecular Level .................. 5 Intermolecular Communication ...... 10 10 10 12 12 14 15 15 16 17 18 Solid State Devices ................................ 1 From Functional Solutions to Electroactive and Photoactive Solids.................. 2 Langmuir–Blodgett Films .............. 3 Self-Assembled Monolayers ........... 4 Nanogaps and Nanowires.............. 22 Conclusions and Outlook .......................

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