nanoHUB-U: Principles of Electronic Nanobiosensors

nanoHUB-U: Principles of Electronic Nanobiosensors

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  • Lecture 2.4: Settling time Sensors with Complex Geometry 1. Lecture 2.4: Settling time Sen… 0
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  • A fundamental relationship of biosensor 2. A fundamental relationship of … 83.016349683016358
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  • Array and Network sensors 3. Array and Network sensors 213.11311311311312
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  • Recall: Method of diffusion capacitance 4. Recall: Method of diffusion ca… 292.95962629295963
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  • Recall: Integer dimensional sensors 5. Recall: Integer dimensional se… 426.15949282615952
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  • Capacitance of an Array sensor 6. Capacitance of an Array sensor 471.93860527193863
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  • Array of cylinders: fractional sensor 7. Array of cylinders: fractional… 575.44210877544208
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  • Array of cylinders: fractional sensor 8. Array of cylinders: fractional… 828.96229562896235
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  • Geometry of diffusion/sensor response 9. Geometry of diffusion/sensor r… 914.98164831498173
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  • Response of fractal sensors 10. Response of fractal sensors 1012.8128128128128
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  • Recall: Dimension of a fractal surface 11. Recall: Dimension of a fractal… 1053.0196863530198
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  • Recall: Random to regular transform 12. Recall: Random to regular tran… 1097.2972972972973
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  • Fractional diffusion to fractal sensor 13. Fractional diffusion to fracta… 1161.3947280613947
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  • Performance limits of biosensors 14. Performance limits of biosenso… 1385.6523189856523
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  • Average vs. first arrival time 15. Average vs. first arrival time 1435.2352352352352
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  • A 'Mendeleev table' for biosensors 16. A 'Mendeleev table' for biosen… 1600.9676343009678
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  • Conclusions 17. Conclusions 1634.2676009342677
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L2.4: Setting Time - Sensors with Complex Geometry

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