nanoHUB-U: Principles of Electronic Nanobiosensors

nanoHUB-U: Principles of Electronic Nanobiosensors

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  • Lecture 3.3: Potentiometric Sensor Charge Screening for Cylindrical Sensors 1. Lecture 3.3: Potentiometric Se… 0
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  • Outline 2. Outline 121.62162162162163
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  • Recall: Salt screening for Planar Sensor 3. Recall: Salt screening for Pla… 190.19019019019021
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  • Screening different for 1D sensors? 4. Screening different for 1D sen… 257.323990657324
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  • Cylindrical NW sensor 5. Cylindrical NW sensor 310.17684351017687
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  • Cylindrical NW sensor: at high salt density 6. Cylindrical NW sensor: at high… 610.21021021021022
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  • NW sensor: at high salt density 7. NW sensor: at high salt densit… 709.5428762095429
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  • NW sensor: same result, different constants 8. NW sensor: same result, differ… 773.34000667334
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  • Screening limited response 9. Screening limited response 929.2292292292293
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  • Discussion: Salt and screening 10. Discussion: Salt and screening 1112.6126126126126
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  • Issue 1: Screening reduces the distance you can see 11. Issue 1: Screening reduces the… 1168.5352018685353
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  • Issues 1: You cannot see the full DNA Screening in 2D (NW sensors) 12. Issues 1: You cannot see the f… 1234.7681014347681
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  • Issue 2: Distributed vs. localized charge 13. Issue 2: Distributed vs. local… 1373.5735735735736
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  • Importance of fluidic environment 14. Importance of fluidic environm… 1432.7660994327662
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  • Issue 3: Doping is discrete 15. Issue 3: Doping is discrete 1490.5238571905238
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  • Issue 4: Faradic vs. non-Faradic electrodes 16. Issue 4: Faradic vs. non-Farad… 1638.6386386386387
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  • Conclusions 17. Conclusions 1741.5415415415416
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L3.3: Sensitivity - Potentiometric Sensors: Charge Screening for Cylindrical Sensors

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