nanoHUB-U: Principles of Electronic Nanobiosensors

nanoHUB-U: Principles of Electronic Nanobiosensors

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  • Lecture 3.10: Cantilever-based Sensors Basic Operation 1. Lecture 3.10: Cantilever-based… 0
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  • Outline 2. Outline 36.403069736403069
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  • Three types of sensors 3. Three types of sensors 98.031364698031368
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  • Mass of molecules 4. Mass of molecules 218.95228561895229
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  • Why cantilever-based mechanical sensors 5. Why cantilever-based mechanica… 340.04004004004
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  • How does a cantilever sensor work 6. How does a cantilever sensor w… 478.67867867867869
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  • How to measure deflection 7. How to measure deflection 649.315982649316
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  • How to bring the biomolecule to the sensors 8. How to bring the biomolecule t… 782.982982982983
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  • Outline 9. Outline 882.74941608274946
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  • Equivalent spring-mass system 10. Equivalent spring-mass system 893.79379379379384
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  • Equivalent spring-mass system 11. Equivalent spring-mass system 1047.3807140473807
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  • Oscillation in an ideal spring-mass 12. Oscillation in an ideal spring… 1247.7477477477478
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  • An Example 13. An Example 1425.4587921254588
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  • Mass only dynamic response: Ideal spring 14. Mass only dynamic response: Id… 1514.0807474140809
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  • Spring-only Dynamic response 15. Spring-only Dynamic response 1624.190857524191
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  • Experimental Validation 16. Experimental Validation 1734.2008675342008
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  • Reversal of frequency at nanoscale 17. Reversal of frequency at nanos… 1757.6910243576911
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  • Composite effects and frequency reversal 18. Composite effects and frequenc… 1958.591925258592
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  • Conclusions 19. Conclusions 2052.8194861528195
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L3.10: Sensitivity - Cantilever-based Sensors: Basic Operation

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