By Tetsuya Osaka (auth.), Tetsuya Osaka, Madhav Datta, Yosi Shacham-Diamand (eds.)
Nanoprocessing through electrochemical innovations is discovering expanding software in a number of components similar to microelectronics, sensors, fabrics technological know-how, and corrosion; it has additionally generated new fields of study to advertise interplay among biology, medication, and microelectronics. Such interactions have ended in novel methods to miniaturization and an elevated skill to manufacture constructions with excessive lateral and vertical answer. knowing strategies for the fabrication of nanoscale movies and buildings is key for the advance of latest precision nanofabrication techniques.
This quantity experiences nanotechnology functions in chosen excessive expertise components with specific emphasis on close to- and long term advances in those fields. The chapters within the publication are labeled lower than 4 assorted headings: Nanotechnology for strength units, Nanotechnology for magnetic garage units, Nanotechnology for bio-chip purposes, and Nanotechnology for MEMS/Packaging. This ebook is appropriate for scientists, engineers, and graduate scholars in electrochemistry, nanotechnology, microelectronics, sensors, fabrics technological know-how, and corrosion science.
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