Handbook on Miniaturization in Analytical Chemistry,
Edition 1 Application of Nanotechnology
Edited by Chaudhery Mustansar Hussain

Publication Date: 24 Jul 2020

Handbook on Miniaturization in Analytical Chemistry: Application of Nanotechnology provides a source of authoritative fundamentals, interdisciplinary knowledge and primary literature for researchers who want to fully understand how nano-technologies work. Covering all stages of analysis, from sample preparation to separation and detection, the book discusses the design and manufacturing technology of miniaturization and includes an entire section on safety risks, ethical, legal and social issues (ELSI), the economics of nanotechnologies, and a discussion on sustainability with respect to nano- and lab-on-chip technologies.

This guide for students and researchers working on applications of nanotechnology in modern systems for analysis gives readers everything they need to know to bring their current practices up-to-date.

Key Features

  • Details the impacts of miniaturization and nanotechnology
  • Includes coverage of the current challenges for scaling up nano-miniaturization design and manufacturing technology for analysis
  • Provides the latest reference materials, including websites of interest and details on the latest research in every chapter
About the author
Edited by Chaudhery Mustansar Hussain, Adjunct Professor, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT)
Book details
ISBN: 9780128197639
Page Count: 364
Retail Price : £157.00

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Researchers studying and using nano-miniaturized systems for analysis in the fields of analytical chemistry, nanotechnology, chemical engineering, forensic sciences, pharmaceutical sciences, environmental analysis, toxicology, green chemistry, sustainability, materials science, and device engineering who work at universities and industrial institutions, government and independent institutes, and individual research groups