nanoHUB-U: Principles of Electronic Nanobiosensors

nanoHUB-U: Principles of Electronic Nanobiosensors

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  • Lecture 3.1: Nanobiosensors Sensitivity and Types of Biosensors 1. Lecture 3.1: Nanobiosensors Se… 0
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  • Outline 2. Outline 130.23023023023023
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  • The importance of sensitivity 3. The importance of sensitivity 204.33767100433767
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  • Part 1: Geometry of diffusion 4. Part 1: Geometry of diffusion 291.59159159159162
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  • Sensitivity defined by detection mechanism 5. Sensitivity defined by detecti… 363.09642976309647
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  • Types of sensors: tags vs. transducer 6. Types of sensors: tags vs. tra… 487.38738738738738
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  • Three types of sensors 7. Three types of sensors 556.58992325658994
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  • A short history of Potentiometric sensors 8. A short history of Potentiomet… 610.34367701034375
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  • Transistor physics (potentiometric sensor) 9. Transistor physics (potentiome… 684.68468468468473
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  • Sensitivity of a MOSFET-based potentiometric sensor 10. Sensitivity of a MOSFET-based … 925.32532532532537
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  • How does a potentiometric Field Effect Transistor work (accumulation) 11. How does a potentiometric Fiel… 1005.4054054054054
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  • Recall from Lecture 3: Sensitivity Gain 12. Recall from Lecture 3: Sensiti… 1118.4851518184853
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  • Concentration dependence 13. Concentration dependence 1205.0383717050383
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  • Puzzle of Concentration dependence 14. Puzzle of Concentration depend… 1346.3797130463797
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  • Evolution of a MOSFET 15. Evolution of a MOSFET 1446.0460460460461
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  • DNA binding and Salt screening 16. DNA binding and Salt screening 1544.8782115448782
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  • The classical theory does not work … 17. The classical theory does not … 1678.9789789789791
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  • Conclusions 18. Conclusions 1727.1938605271939
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L3.1: Sensitivity - Nanobiosensors Sensitivity and Types of Biosensors

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