nanoHUB-U: Principles of Electronic Nanobiosensors

nanoHUB-U: Principles of Electronic Nanobiosensors

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  • Lecture 2.3: Settling Time - Classical Sensors 1. Lecture 2.3: Settling Time - C… 0
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  • Geometry of diffusion/sensor response 2. Geometry of diffusion/sensor r… 24.124124124124126
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  • A 'Mendeleev table' for biosensors 3. A 'Mendeleev table' for biosen… 63.76376376376377
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  • Outline 4. Outline 106.30630630630631
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  • Steady state: analogy to electrostatics 5. Steady state: analogy to elect… 133.23323323323325
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  • Diffusion and capture in steady-state 6. Diffusion and capture in stead… 407.60760760760763
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  • Time-dependent capture 7. Time-dependent capture 490.95762429095765
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  • Integer dimensional sensors 8. Integer dimensional sensors 631.031031031031
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  • Exact solutions in 3D 9. Exact solutions in 3D 766.29963296629967
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  • Summary: For integer sensors 10. Summary: For integer sensors 841.4748081414748
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  • Performance limit of biosensors 11. Performance limit of biosensor… 902.13546880213551
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  • Conclusions 12. Conclusions 940.20687354020686
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L2.3: Settling Time - Classical Sensors II

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