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2013, ISBN: 9780849311833
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Viva Books Private Limited, 2013. 4th edition. Softcover. New. .. .. Statistics is written in clear, everyday language, without the equations that sometimes baffle non-mathematical readers. The goal is teaching students how to think about statistical issues. Techniques are introduced through examples, showing how statistics has helped solve major problems in political science, psychology, genetics, medicine, and other fields. Statistics in unusual in its emphasis on the models that underlie statistical inference. The authors make the models comprehensible and show why choosing the wrong model can lead students astray. Carefully constructed exercises in every chapter offer practice in computational skills. Other call for rough estimates and qualitative judgments, so students are forced to come to grips with the concepts instead of mechanically applied formulas. Most sections close with an exercise set; the answers are in the back of the book, often with complete solutions. Chapters also have review exercises, without answers, for homework and tests. Illustrations are in integral part of the exposition. Beginners learn how to read histograms and scatterplots and how to think about these graphics in the context of real problems. Working drawings are all done freehand; students are encouraged to make similar sketches and are not intimidated by too much precision. Tables of Contents:- Part I Design of Experiments Chapter 1. Controlled Experiments: The Salk Vaccine Field Trial The Portacaval Shunt Historical Controls Summary Chapter 2. Observational Studies Introduction The Clofibrate Trial More Examples Sex Bias in Graduate Admissions Confounding Review Exercises Summary and Overview Part II Descriptive Statistics Chapter 3. The Histogram Introduction Drawing a Histogram The Density Scale Variables Controlling for a Variable Cross-Tabulation Selective Breeding Review Exercises Summary Chapter 4. The Average and the Standard Deviation Introduction The Average The Average and the Histogram The Root-Mean-Square The Standard Deviation Computing the Standard Deviation Using a Statistical Calculator Review Exercises Summary Chapter 5 The Normal Approximation for Data The Normal Curve Finding Areas under the Normal Curve The Normal Approximation for Data Percentiles Percentiles and the Normal Curve Change of Scale Review Exercises Summary Chapter 6. Measurement Error Introduction Chance Error Outliers Bias Review Exercises Special Review Exercises Summary and Overview Chapter 7. Plotting Points and Lines Reading Points off a Graph Plotting Points Slope and Intercept Plotting Lines The Algebraic Equation for a Line Chapter 8. Correlation The Scatter Diagram The Correlation Coefficient The SD Line Computing the Correlation Coefficient Review Exercises Summary Part III Correlation and Regression Chapter 9. More about Correlation Features of the Correlation Coefficient Changing SDs Some Exceptional Cases Ecological Correlations Association is Not Causation Review Exercises Summary Chapter 10. Regression Introduction The Graph of Averages The Regression Method for Individuals The Regression Fallacy There Are Two Regression Lines Review Exercises Summary Chapter 11. The R.M.S. Error for Regression Introduction Computing the R.M.S. Error Plotting the Residuals Looking at Vertical Strips Using the Normal Curve Inside a Vertical Strip Review Exercises Summary Part IV Probability Chapter 12. The Regression Line Slope and Intercept The Method of Least Squares Does the Regression Make Sense? Review Exercises Summary and Overview Chapter 13. What Are the Chances? Introduction Conditional Probabilities The Multiplication Rule Independence The Collins Case Review Exercises Summary Chapter 14. More about Chance Listing the Ways The Addition Rule Two FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) The Paradox of the Chevalier De Mere Are Real Dice Fair? Review Exercises Summary Chapter 15. The Binomial Formula In Printed Pages: 712., Viva Books Private Limited, 2013, Wiley India Pvt. Ltd, 2007. 2nd edition. Softcover. New. .. .. The book includes a broad spectrum of topics, including both the traditional paradigm (e.g. one user interacting with a piece of software) and new paradigms (e.g. ubiquitous computing).Central to the book is the idea that design and evaluation are interleaving processes. The book is very `hands-on` process oriented, explaining how to carry out a variety of methods and techniques. Foreword Preface Chapter 1: What is interaction design? Â· Introduction Â· Good and poor design Â· What is interaction design? Â· The user experience Â· The process of interaction design Â· Interaction design and the user experience Â· INTERVIEW with Gitta Salomon Chapter 2: Understanding and conceptualizing interaction Â· Introduction Â· Understanding the problem space Â· Conceptualizing the design space Â· Theories, models and frameworks Â· INTERVIEW with Terry Winograd Chapter 3: Understanding users Â· Introduction Â· What is cognition? Â· Applying knowledge from the physical world to the digital world Â· Conceptual frameworks for cognition Chapter 4: Designing for collaboration and communication Â· Introduction Â· Social mechanisms in communication and collaboration Â· Technology-mediated social phenomena Â· INTERVIEW with Abigail Sellen Chapter 5: Affective aspects Â· Introduction Â· What are affective aspects? Â· Expressive interfaces and positive emotions Â· Frustrating interfaces and negative emotions Â· Persuasive technologies Â· Anthropomorphism Â· Interface agents, virtual pets and interactive toys Â· Models of emotion and pleasure Chapter 6: Interfaces and interactions Â· Introduction Â· Paradigms Â· Interface types Â· Which interface? Chapter 7: Data Gathering Â· Introduction Â· Four key issues Â· Data recording Â· Interviews Â· Questionnaires Â· Observation Â· Choosing and combining techniques Â· INTERVIEW with Sara Bly Chapter 8: Data analysis, interpretation, and presentation Â· Introduction Â· Qualitative and quantitative Â· Simple quantitative analysis Â· Simple qualitative analysis Â· Using Theoretical Frameworks Â· Tools to support analysis Â· Presenting your findings Chapter 9: The process of interaction design Â· Introduction Â· What is involved in interaction design? Â· Some practical issues Â· Lifecycle models: showing how the activities are related Â· INTERVIEW with Gillian Crampton Smith Chapter 10: Identifying needs and establishing requirements Â· Introduction Â· What, how, and why? Â· What are requirements? Â· Data gathering for requirements Â· Data analysis Â· Task description Â· Task analysis Â· INTERVIEW with Suzanne Robertson Chapter 11: Design, prototyping and construction Â· Introduction Â· Prototyping and construction Â· Conceptual design: moving from requirements to first design Â· Physical design: getting concrete Â· Using scenarios in design Â· Using prototypes in design Â· Tool support Â· INTERVIEW with Karen Holtzblatt Chapter 12: Introducing evaluation Â· Introduction Â· The why, what,, where and when of evaluation Â· The language used to describe evaluation Â· Evaluation approaches and methods Â· Evaluation studies Â· What did we learn from the case studies? Chapter 13: An evaluation framework Â· Introduction Â· D E C I D E: A framework to guide evaluation Chapter 14: Usability testing and field studies Â· Introduction Â· Usability testing Â· Usability testing of a large website Â· Conducting experiments Â· Field studies Â· INTERVIEW with Ben Shneiderman Chapter 15: Analytical evaluation Â· Introduction Â· Inspections: heuristic evaluation Â· Inspections: walkthroughs Â· Predictive models Â· INTERVIEW with Jakob Nielsen References Credits Index Printed Pages: 803., Wiley India Pvt. Ltd, 2007, McGraw Hill Higher Education. Fine in Very Good dust jacket. 1983. Reprint. Hardcover. 9780070034655 . Chips and edge tears on upper left spine corner of desk jacket. Two small stains on bottom page edges, else fine. Contents include: Preface, Introduction: 1.2 A Brief History, The Finite-Element Method, An Introduction: 2.4 A Solution Using Linear Finite Element Problems, Inviscid Potential Flow, Initial-Value Problems, Convection/Diffusion, Viscous Incompressible Two-Dimmensional Flow, Two-Dimmensional Parabolic Flow, Three Dimmensional Parabolic Flow, General Three Dimmensional Flow. ; Series in computational methods in mechanics and thermal sciences; 1.3 x 9.2 x 6.5 Inches; 510 pages; The finite-element method was originally developed by engineers in the 1950s to analyze large structural systems for aircraft. Aimed at advanced level undergraduates of engineering and fluid mechanics and researchers, engineers and scientists in fluid mechanics, mechanical and chemical engineering, this text derives, develops and applies finite-element solution methodology directly to the differential equation systems governing distinct and practical problem classes in fluid mechanics. It is principally a text on fluid mechanics and the theory of its computational simulation, for those with a basic interest in fluid mechanics. ., McGraw Hill Higher Education, 1983, CRC Press/Ane Books, 2002. .. Hardcover. New. .. .. The success, growth, and virtually limitless applications of nanotechnology depend upon our ability to manipulate nanoscale objects, which in turn depends upon developing new insights into the interactions of electric fields, nanoparticles, and the molecules that surround them. In the first book to unite and directly address particle electrokinetics and nanotechnology, Nanoelectromechanics in Engineering and Biology provides a thorough grounding in the phenomena associated with nanoscale particle manipulation. The author delivers a wealth of application and background knowledge, from using electric fields for particle sorting in lab-on-a-chip devices to electrode fabrication, electric field simulation, and computer analysis. It also explores how electromechanics can be applied to sorting DNA molecules, examining viruses, constructing electronic devices with carbon nanotubes, and actuating nanoscale electric motors. The field of nanotechnology is inherently multidisciplinary-in its principles, in its techniques, and in its applications-and meeting its current and future challenges will require the kind of approach reflected in this book. Unmatched in its scope, Nanoelectromechanics in Engineering and Biology offers an outstanding opportunity for people in all areas of research and technology to explore the use and precise manipulation of nanoscale structures. MOVEMENT FROM ELECTRICITY The Promise of Nanotechnology Electrodynamics Electrokinetics and Nanoparticles A Note on Terminology ELECTROKINETICS The Laws of Electrostatics Coulomb`s Law, Electric Field and Electrostatic Potential Gauss`, Laplace`s and Poisson`s Equations Conductance and Capacitance Polarization and Dispersion Dielectric Spheres in Electric Fields Forces in Field Gradients: Dielectrophoresis and Electrorotation COLLOIDS AND SURFACES Colloids The Electrical Double Layer The Gouy-Chapman Model The Stern Layer Particles in Moving Fluids Colloids in Electric Fields Electrode Polarization and Fluid Flow Other Forces Affecting Colloidal Particles ANALYSIS AND MANIPULATION OF SOLID PARTICLES Dielectrophoresis of Homogeneous Colloids Frequency-Dependent Behavior and the Crossover Frequency Double Layer Effects Dielectrophoresis vs. Fluid Flow Separating Spheres Trapping Single Particles Limitations on Minimum Particle Trapping Size Dielectrophoresis and Laser Trapping DIELECTROPHORESIS OF COMPLEX BIOPARTICLES Manipulating Viruses Anatomy of Viruses The Multi-Shell Model Methods of Measuring Dielectrophoretic Response Examining Virus Structure by Dielectrophoresis The Interpretation of Crossover Data Studying Non-Spherical Viruses Separating Viruses Unexpected Charge Effects DIELECTROPHORESIS, MOLECULES AND MATERIALS Manipulation at the Molecular Scale Manipulating Proteins Dielectrophoresis for Protein Analysis DNA Dielectrophoretic Manipulation of DNA Applications of DNA Manipulation Nanotubes, Nanowires and Carbon-60 NANOENGINEERING Towards Molecular Nanotechnology Directed Self Assembly Device Assembly Electrostatic Self-Assembly Electronics with Nanotubes, Nanowires and Carbon-60 Putting it all Together: The Potential for Dielectrophoretic Nanoassembly Dielectrophoresis and Materials Science Nanoelectromechanical Systems PRACTICAL DIELECTROPHORETIC SEPARATION Limitations on Dielectrophoretic Separation Flow Separation Field Flow Fractionation Thermal Ratchets Separation Strategies using Dielectrophoretic Ratchets Stacked Ratcheting Mechanisms Traveling Wave Dielectrophoresis Applications of Traveling Wave Dielectrophoresis ELECTRODE STRUCTURES Microengineering Electrode Fabrication Techniques Laboratories on a Chip A Printed Pages: 344., CRC Press/Ane Books, 2002
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CRC Press/Ane Books, 2002. .. Hardcover. New. .. .. The success, growth, and virtually limitless applications of nanotechnology depend upon our ability to manipulate nanoscale objects, which in turn depends upon developing new insights into the interactions of electric fields, nanoparticles, and the molecules that surround them. In the first book to unite and directly address particle electrokinetics and nanotechnology, Nanoelectromechanics in Engineering and Biology provides a thorough grounding in the phenomena associated with nanoscale particle manipulation. The author delivers a wealth of application and background knowledge, from using electric fields for particle sorting in lab-on-a-chip devices to electrode fabrication, electric field simulation, and computer analysis. It also explores how electromechanics can be applied to sorting DNA molecules, examining viruses, constructing electronic devices with carbon nanotubes, and actuating nanoscale electric motors. The field of nanotechnology is inherently multidisciplinary-in its principles, in its techniques, and in its applications-and meeting its current and future challenges will require the kind of approach reflected in this book. Unmatched in its scope, Nanoelectromechanics in Engineering and Biology offers an outstanding opportunity for people in all areas of research and technology to explore the use and precise manipulation of nanoscale structures. MOVEMENT FROM ELECTRICITY The Promise of Nanotechnology Electrodynamics Electrokinetics and Nanoparticles A Note on Terminology ELECTROKINETICS The Laws of Electrostatics Coulomb`s Law, Electric Field and Electrostatic Potential Gauss`, Laplace`s and Poisson`s Equations Conductance and Capacitance Polarization and Dispersion Dielectric Spheres in Electric Fields Forces in Field Gradients: Dielectrophoresis and Electrorotation COLLOIDS AND SURFACES Colloids The Electrical Double Layer The Gouy-Chapman Model The Stern Layer Particles in Moving Fluids Colloids in Electric Fields Electrode Polarization and Fluid Flow Other Forces Affecting Colloidal Particles ANALYSIS AND MANIPULATION OF SOLID PARTICLES Dielectrophoresis of Homogeneous Colloids Frequency-Dependent Behavior and the Crossover Frequency Double Layer Effects Dielectrophoresis vs. Fluid Flow Separating Spheres Trapping Single Particles Limitations on Minimum Particle Trapping Size Dielectrophoresis and Laser Trapping DIELECTROPHORESIS OF COMPLEX BIOPARTICLES Manipulating Viruses Anatomy of Viruses The Multi-Shell Model Methods of Measuring Dielectrophoretic Response Examining Virus Structure by Dielectrophoresis The Interpretation of Crossover Data Studying Non-Spherical Viruses Separating Viruses Unexpected Charge Effects DIELECTROPHORESIS, MOLECULES AND MATERIALS Manipulation at the Molecular Scale Manipulating Proteins Dielectrophoresis for Protein Analysis DNA Dielectrophoretic Manipulation of DNA Applications of DNA Manipulation Nanotubes, Nanowires and Carbon-60 NANOENGINEERING Towards Molecular Nanotechnology Directed Self Assembly Device Assembly Electrostatic Self-Assembly Electronics with Nanotubes, Nanowires and Carbon-60 Putting it all Together: The Potential for Dielectrophoretic Nanoassembly Dielectrophoresis and Materials Science Nanoelectromechanical Systems PRACTICAL DIELECTROPHORETIC SEPARATION Limitations on Dielectrophoretic Separation Flow Separation Field Flow Fractionation Thermal Ratchets Separation Strategies using Dielectrophoretic Ratchets Stacked Ratcheting Mechanisms Traveling Wave Dielectrophoresis Applications of Traveling Wave Dielectrophoresis ELECTRODE STRUCTURES Microengineering Electrode Fabrication Techniques Laboratories on a Chip A Printed Pages: 344., CRC Press/Ane Books, 2002
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[EAN: 9780849311833], Neubuch, [PU: CRC Press/Ane Books], NANOELECTROMECHANICS IN ENGINEERING AND BIOLOGYMICHAEL PYCRAFT HUGHES9780849311833, Medical|Biotechnology, Science|Biotechnology, Science|Life Sciences|Biological Diversity, Science|Research & Methodology, Technology|Nanotechnology, The success, growth, and virtually limitless applications of nanotechnology depend upon our ability to manipulate nanoscale objects, which in turn depends upon developing new insights into the interactions of electric fields, nanoparticles, and the molecules that surround them. In the first book to unite and directly address particle electrokinetics and nanotechnology, Nanoelectromechanics in Engineering and Biology provides a thorough grounding in the phenomena associated with nanoscale particle manipulation. The author delivers a wealth of application and background knowledge, from using electric fields for particle sorting in lab-on-a-chip devices to electrode fabrication, electric field simulation, and computer analysis. It also explores how electromechanics can be applied to sorting DNA molecules, examining viruses, constructing electronic devices with carbon nanotubes, and actuating nanoscale electric motors. The field of nanotechnology is inherently multidisciplinary-in its principles, in its techniques, and in its applications-and meeting its current and future challenges will require the kind of approach reflected in this book. Unmatched in its scope, Nanoelectromechanics in Engineering and Biology offers an outstanding opportunity for people in all areas of research and technology to explore the use and precise manipulation of nanoscale structures. MOVEMENT FROM ELECTRICITY The Promise of Nanotechnology Electrodynamics Electrokinetics and Nanoparticles A Note on Terminology ELECTROKINETICS The Laws of Electrostatics Coulomb`s Law, Electric Field and Electrostatic Potential Gauss`, Laplace`s and Poisson`s Equations Conductance and Capacitance Polarization and Dispersion Dielectric Spheres in Electric Fields Forces in Field Gradients: Dielectrophoresis and Electrorotation COLLOIDS AND SURFACES Colloids The Electrical Double Layer The Gouy-Chapman Model The Stern Layer Particles in Moving Fluids Colloids in Electric Fields Electrode Polarization and Fluid Flow Other Forces Affecting Colloidal Particles ANALYSIS AND MANIPULATION OF SOLID PARTICLES Dielectrophoresis of Homogeneous Colloids Frequency-Dependent Behavior and the Crossover Frequency Double Layer Effects Dielectrophoresis vs. Fluid Flow Separating Spheres Trapping Single Particles Limitations on Minimum Particle Trapping Size Dielectrophoresis and Laser Trapping DIELECTROPHORESIS OF COMPLEX BIOPARTICLES Manipulating Viruses Anatomy of Viruses The Multi-Shell Model Methods of Measuring Dielectrophoretic Response Examining Virus Structure by Dielectrophoresis The Interpretation of Crossover Data Studying Non-Spherical Viruses Separating Viruses Unexpected Charge Effects DIELECTROPHORESIS, MOLECULES AND MATERIALS Manipulation at the Molecular Scale Manipulating Proteins Dielectrophoresis for Protein Analysis DNA Dielectrophoretic Manipulation of DNA Applications of DNA Manipulation Nanotubes, Nanowires and Carbon-60 NANOENGINEERING Towards Molecular Nanotechnology Directed Self Assembly Device Assembly Electrostatic Self-Assembly Electronics with Nanotubes, Nanowires and Carbon-60 Putting it all Together: The Potential for Dielectrophoretic Nanoassembly Dielectrophoresis and Materials Science Nanoelectromechanical Systems PRACTICAL DIELECTROPHORETIC SEPARATION Limitations on Dielectrophoretic Separation Flow Separation Field Flow Fractionation Thermal Ratchets Separation Strategies using Dielectrophoretic Ratchets Stacked Ratcheting Mechanisms Traveling Wave Dielectrophoresis Applications of Traveling Wave Dielectrophoresis ELECTRODE STRUCTURES Microengineering Electrode Fabrication Techniques Laboratories on a Chip A Printed Pages: 344.
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CRC Press/Ane Books, 2002. Hardcover. New. The success, growth, and virtually limitless applications of nanotechnology depend upon our ability to manipulate nanoscale objects, which in turn depends upon developing new insights into the interactions of electric fields, nanoparticles, and the molecules that surround them. In the first book to unite and directly address particle electrokinetics and nanotechnology, Nanoelectromechanics in Engineering and Biology provides a thorough grounding in the phenomena associated with nanoscale particle manipulation. The author delivers a wealth of application and background knowledge, from using electric fields for particle sorting in lab-on-a-chip devices to electrode fabrication, electric field simulation, and computer analysis. It also explores how electromechanics can be applied to sorting DNA molecules, examining viruses, constructing electronic devices with carbon nanotubes, and actuating nanoscale electric motors. The field of nanotechnology is inherently multidisciplinary-in its principles, in its techniques, and in its applications-and meeting its current and future challenges will require the kind of approach reflected in this book. Unmatched in its scope, Nanoelectromechanics in Engineering and Biology offers an outstanding opportunity for people in all areas of research and technology to explore the use and precise manipulation of nanoscale structures. MOVEMENT FROM ELECTRICITY The Promise of Nanotechnology Electrodynamics Electrokinetics and Nanoparticles A Note on Terminology ELECTROKINETICS The Laws of Electrostatics Coulomb`s Law, Electric Field and Electrostatic Potential Gauss`, Laplace`s and Poisson`s Equations Conductance and Capacitance Polarization and Dispersion Dielectric Spheres in Electric Fields Forces in Field Gradients: Dielectrophoresis and Electrorotation COLLOIDS AND SURFACES Colloids The Electrical Double Layer The Gouy-Chapman Model The Stern Layer Particles in Moving Fluids Colloids in Electric Fields Electrode Polarization and Fluid Flow Other Forces Affecting Colloidal Particles ANALYSIS AND MANIPULATION OF SOLID PARTICLES Dielectrophoresis of Homogeneous Colloids Frequency-Dependent Behavior and the Crossover Frequency Double Layer Effects Dielectrophoresis vs. Fluid Flow Separating Spheres Trapping Single Particles Limitations on Minimum Particle Trapping Size Dielectrophoresis and Laser Trapping DIELECTROPHORESIS OF COMPLEX BIOPARTICLES Manipulating Viruses Anatomy of Viruses The Multi-Shell Model Methods of Measuring Dielectrophoretic Response Examining Virus Structure by Dielectrophoresis The Interpretation of Crossover Data Studying Non-Spherical Viruses Separating Viruses Unexpected Charge Effects DIELECTROPHORESIS, MOLECULES AND MATERIALS Manipulation at the Molecular Scale Manipulating Proteins Dielectrophoresis for Protein Analysis DNA Dielectrophoretic Manipulation of DNA Applications of DNA Manipulation Nanotubes, Nanowires and Carbon-60 NANOENGINEERING Towards Molecular Nanotechnology Directed Self Assembly Device Assembly Electrostatic Self-Assembly Electronics with Nanotubes, Nanowires and Carbon-60 Putting it all Together: The Potential for Dielectrophoretic Nanoassembly Dielectrophoresis and Materials Science Nanoelectromechanical Systems PRACTICAL DIELECTROPHORETIC SEPARATION Limitations on Dielectrophoretic Separation Flow Separation Field Flow Fractionation Thermal Ratchets Separation Strategies using Dielectrophoretic Ratchets Stacked Ratcheting Mechanisms Traveling Wave Dielectrophoresis Applications of Traveling Wave Dielectrophoresis ELECTRODE STRUCTURES Microengineering Electrode Fabrication Techniques Laboratories on a Chip A Printed Pages: 344., CRC Press/Ane Books, 2002
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2002, ISBN: 9780849311833
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CRC Press/Ane Books, 2002. Hardcover. New. The success, growth, and virtually limitless applications of nanotechnology depend upon our ability to manipulate nanoscale objects, which in turn depends upon developing new insights into the interactions of electric fields, nanoparticles, and the molecules that surround them. In the first book to unite and directly address particle electrokinetics and nanotechnology, Nanoelectromechanics in Engineering and Biology provides a thorough grounding in the phenomena associated with nanoscale particle manipulation. The author delivers a wealth of application and background knowledge, from using electric fields for particle sorting in lab-on-a-chip devices to electrode fabrication, electric field simulation, and computer analysis. It also explores how electromechanics can be applied to sorting DNA molecules, examining viruses, constructing electronic devices with carbon nanotubes, and actuating nanoscale electric motors. The field of nanotechnology is inherently multidisciplinary-in its principles, in its techniques, and in its applications-and meeting its current and future challenges will require the kind of approach reflected in this book. Unmatched in its scope, Nanoelectromechanics in Engineering and Biology offers an outstanding opportunity for people in all areas of research and technology to explore the use and precise manipulation of nanoscale structures. MOVEMENT FROM ELECTRICITY The Promise of Nanotechnology Electrodynamics Electrokinetics and Nanoparticles A Note on Terminology ELECTROKINETICS The Laws of Electrostatics Coulomb`s Law, Electric Field and Electrostatic Potential Gauss`, Laplace`s and Poisson`s Equations Conductance and Capacitance Polarization and Dispersion Dielectric Spheres in Electric Fields Forces in Field Gradients: Dielectrophoresis and Electrorotation COLLOIDS AND SURFACES Colloids The Electrical Double Layer The Gouy-Chapman Model The Stern Layer Particles in Moving Fluids Colloids in Electric Fields Electrode Polarization and Fluid Flow Other Forces Affecting Colloidal Particles ANALYSIS AND MANIPULATION OF SOLID PARTICLES Dielectrophoresis of Homogeneous Colloids Frequency-Dependent Behavior and the Crossover Frequency Double Layer Effects Dielectrophoresis vs. Fluid Flow Separating Spheres Trapping Single Particles Limitations on Minimum Particle Trapping Size Dielectrophoresis and Laser Trapping DIELECTROPHORESIS OF COMPLEX BIOPARTICLES Manipulating Viruses Anatomy of Viruses The Multi-Shell Model Methods of Measuring Dielectrophoretic Response Examining Virus Structure by Dielectrophoresis The Interpretation of Crossover Data Studying Non-Spherical Viruses Separating Viruses Unexpected Charge Effects DIELECTROPHORESIS, MOLECULES AND MATERIALS Manipulation at the Molecular Scale Manipulating Proteins Dielectrophoresis for Protein Analysis DNA Dielectrophoretic Manipulation of DNA Applications of DNA Manipulation Nanotubes, Nanowires and Carbon-60 NANOENGINEERING Towards Molecular Nanotechnology Directed Self Assembly Device Assembly Electrostatic Self-Assembly Electronics with Nanotubes, Nanowires and Carbon-60 Putting it all Together: The Potential for Dielectrophoretic Nanoassembly Dielectrophoresis and Materials Science Nanoelectromechanical Systems PRACTICAL DIELECTROPHORETIC SEPARATION Limitations on Dielectrophoretic Separation Flow Separation Field Flow Fractionation Thermal Ratchets Separation Strategies using Dielectrophoretic Ratchets Stacked Ratcheting Mechanisms Traveling Wave Dielectrophoresis Applications of Traveling Wave Dielectrophoresis ELECTRODE STRUCTURES Microengineering Electrode Fabrication Techniques Laboratories on a Chip A Printed Pages: 344., CRC Press/Ane Books, 2002
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