nanoHUB-U: Principles of Electronic Nanobiosensors

nanoHUB-U: Principles of Electronic Nanobiosensors

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  • Lecture 2.1: Settling Time - Shape of a surface 1. Lecture 2.1: Settling Time - S… 0
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  • Outline 2. Outline 25.725725725725727
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  • Nanobiosensors have high sensitivity 3. Nanobiosensors have high sensi… 61.5281948615282
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  • Geometry is Important, but exactly how ? 4. Geometry is Important, but exa… 111.54487821154488
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  • Basic concepts: dimension of a surface 5. Basic concepts: dimension of a… 177.74441107774442
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  • Classification of surfaces 6. Classification of surfaces 240.27360694027362
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  • Example: Regular 1D fractals 7. Example: Regular 1D fractals 378.57857857857857
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  • Regular and irregular 1D fractals 8. Regular and irregular 1D fract… 505.90590590590591
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  • Dimension of quasi-2D Fractal 9. Dimension of quasi-2D Fractal 621.15448782115448
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  • Same DF, but different geometry 10. Same DF, but different geometr… 717.35068401735066
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  • Dimension of a irregular fractal surface 11. Dimension of a irregular fract… 764.36436436436441
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  • Irregular to regular surfaces 12. Irregular to regular surfaces 852.38571905238575
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  • Outline 13. Outline 978.77877877877881
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  • Settling time defines the fundamental limits of detection (Lectures 5-10) 14. Settling time defines the fund… 1025.3920587253922
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  • Sensitivity defines transducer-specific limits of detection (Lectures 11-22) 15. Sensitivity defines transducer… 1154.7881214547881
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  • Selectivity defines the practical limits of detection (Lectures 22-30) 16. Selectivity defines the practi… 1240.6072739406072
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  • Geometry is the key for nanobiosensing 17. Geometry is the key for nanobi… 1320.7874541207875
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  • Conclusions 18. Conclusions 1378.712045378712
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