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Matrices for Sensors from Inorganic, Organic, and Biological Nanocomposites
AbstractMatrices and sensors resulting from inorganic, organic and biological nanocomposites are presented in this overview. The term nanocomposite designates a solid combination of a matrix and of nanodimensional phases differing in properties from the matrix due to dissimilarities in structure and chemistry. The nanoocomposites chosen for a wide variety of health and environment sensors consist of Anodic Porous Allumina and P450scc, Carbon nanotubes and Conductive Polymers, Langmuir Blodgett Films of Lipases, Laccases, Cytochromes and Rhodopsins, Three-dimensional Nanoporous Materials and Nucleic Acid Programmable Protein Arrays.
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Nicolini, C.; Sivozhelezov, V.; Bavastrello, V.; Bezzerra, T.; Scudieri, D.; Spera, R.; Pechkova, E. Matrices for Sensors from Inorganic, Organic, and Biological Nanocomposites. Materials 2011, 4, 1483-1518.View more citation formats
Nicolini C, Sivozhelezov V, Bavastrello V, Bezzerra T, Scudieri D, Spera R, Pechkova E. Matrices for Sensors from Inorganic, Organic, and Biological Nanocomposites. Materials. 2011; 4(8):1483-1518.Chicago/Turabian Style
Nicolini, Claudio; Sivozhelezov, Victor; Bavastrello, Valter; Bezzerra, Tercio; Scudieri, Dora; Spera, Rosanna; Pechkova, Eugenia. 2011. "Matrices for Sensors from Inorganic, Organic, and Biological Nanocomposites." Materials 4, no. 8: 1483-1518.
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