nanoHUB-U: Principles of Electronic Nanobiosensors

nanoHUB-U: Principles of Electronic Nanobiosensors

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  • Lecture 2.2: Settling time Classical Sensors I 1. Lecture 2.2: Settling time Cla… 0
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  • Outline 2. Outline 47.847847847847852
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  • Nanobiosensors are highly sensitive 3. Nanobiosensors are highly sens… 116.28294961628295
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  • Settling time for biosensors 4. Settling time for biosensors 192.22555889222556
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  • Fractal geometry allows simple solution 5. Fractal geometry allows simple… 342.04204204204206
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  • Response or settling time defined 6. Response or settling time defi… 419.48615281948616
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  • A fundamental relationship of biosensor 7. A fundamental relationship of … 505.57223890557225
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  • Operation of a planar sensor 8. Operation of a planar sensor 567.36736736736736
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  • Exact solutions for a planar sensor 9. Exact solutions for a planar s… 621.48815482148814
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  • Exact solutions for a planar sensor 10. Exact solutions for a planar s… 669.30263596930263
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  • The concept of the diffusion distance 11. The concept of the diffusion d… 746.84684684684692
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  • Approximate Solution in 1D: Diffusion Distance 12. Approximate Solution in 1D: Di… 871.604938271605
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  • Approximate Solution in 1D: Diffusion Distance 13. Approximate Solution in 1D: Di… 951.45145145145148
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  • Response time of a planar sensor 14. Response time of a planar sens… 1015.2152152152153
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  • Response time of cylindrical sensor 15. Response time of cylindrical s… 1107.8745412078745
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  • Geometry of diffusion/sensor response 16. Geometry of diffusion/sensor r… 1246.7133800467134
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  • A 'Mendeleev table' for biosensors 17. A 'Mendeleev table' for biosen… 1418.8521855188521
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