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|Statement||edited by Xudong Fan|
|Series||Integrated Analytical Systems, SpringerLink: Springer e-Books|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0387980636, 0387980601|
|ISBN 10||9780387980638, 9780387980607|
Within this rapidly advancing field, this special issue focuses on photonic sensors for chemical, biological and nuclear agent detection. I hope that this special issue will give the reader a broad overview of some of the exciting areas of photonic sensor research with this collection of innovative research articles. Inspirations from Biological Optics for Advanced Photonic Systems Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Science () December with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
A cutting-edge look at safety and security applications of photonic sensors. With its many superior qualities, photonic sensing technology is increasingly used in early-detection and early-warning systems for biological hazards, structural flaws, and security : Wiley. A portable device that can detect dangerous chemical and biological warfare agents at less than the mean lethal dose has been developed. Chemical and biological terrorism represents an Cited by: 6.
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Part of Springer’s Integrated Analytical Systems series, Advanced Photonic Structures for Biological and Chemical Detection covers the latest research and development of various novel photonic structures and their respective advantages in biological and chemical : Xudong Fan.
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Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: Springer New York. Advanced photonic structures for biological and chemical detection. [Xudong Fan;] -- This book is a part of Books Series on Integrated Microanalytical Systems. It discusses the latest applications of photonic technologies in bio-chemical sensing.
General Introduction / Xudong Fan --Section I. Photonic Structures for Chemical Vapor Sensing Microresonator Sensors Made in Polymers with Functional Chromophore Dopants / Antao Chen -- 3. Modal Transition in Nano-Coated Long Period Fiber Gratings: Principle and Applications to Chemical Sensing / Andrea Cusano, Pierluigi Pilla, Michele Giordano, Antonello Cutolo -- 4.
Part of Springer's Integrated Analytical Systems series, Advanced Photonic Structures for Biological and Chemical Detection covers the latest research and development of various novel photonic structures and their respective advantages in biological and chemical sensing.
Advanced Photonic Structures for Biological and Chemical Detection. por. Integrated Analytical Systems ¡Gracias por compartir. Has enviado la siguiente calificación y reseña. Lo publicaremos en nuestro sitio después de haberla : Springer New York.
Biological photonic structures can precisely control light propagation, scattering, and emission via hierarchical structures and diverse chemistry, enabling biophotonic applications for transparency, camouflaging, protection, mimicking and signaling. Corresponding natural polymers are promising building blocks for constructing synthetic multifunctional photonic structures owing to their.
Optical absorption detection allo ws to design photonic chemical sensors characterized by ultra low LOD (e.g., pg/mm 2, ng/mL 1). In typical bio-chemical sensors, detection of specific pathogens. General Introduction.- General Introduction.- Photonic Structures for Chemical Vapor Sensing.- Microresonator Sensors Made in Polymers with Functional Chromophore Dopants.- Modal Transition in Nano-Coated Long Period Fiber Gratings.
PROCEEDINGS VOLUME Chemical and Biological Sensors for Industrial and Environmental Security. PROCEEDINGS VOLUME Advanced Environmental, Chemical, and Biological Sensing Technologies III.
Photonic structures in insects and birds. Iridescence is much more commonly encountered in terrestrial systems than in aquatic systems.
The photonics associated with brightly coloured birds and Cited by: This chapter reviews types of photonic structures found in nature and ways they can be exploited to produce photonic devices. It discusses both types of device, such as anti-reflective and iridescent surfaces, as well as techniques for their manufacture such as cell culture techniques to create butterfly scales, the use of diatoms and coccolithophores to build photonic devices as well as Author: A.R.
Parker. Observing systems in nature has inspired humans to create technological tools that allow us to better understand and imitate biology. Biomimetics, in particular, owes much of its current development to advances in materials science and creative optical system designs.
New investigational tools, such as those for microscopic imaging and chemical analyses, have added to our Cited by: We review recent progress in the development of two-dimensional (2-D) photonic crystal (PC) materials for chemical and biological sensing applications.
Self-assembly methods were developed in our laboratory to fabricate 2-D particle array monolayers on mercury and water surfaces.
These hexagonal arrays strongly forward Bragg diffract light to report on their array by: Sensors consist of chemical or biological receptors that specifically interacts with a target analyte, and a transducer that converts the recognition process into a quantitative signal. 7 Electrochemical sensors are based on reaction with the chemical solutions and generate an electrical signal that is proportional to the analyte concentration.
Chemical and Biological Standoff Detection III. Editor(s): James O. Jensen; Jean-Marc Thériault Algorithms for chemical detection, identification and quantification for thermal hyperspectral imagers An advanced wide area chemical sensor testbed.
Real-time measurement of specific biomolecular interactions is critical to many areas of biological research.
A number of label-free techniques for directly monitoring biomolecular binding have been developed, but it is still challenging to measure the binding kinetics of very small molecules, to detect low concentrations of analyte molecules, or to detect low affinity by:.
- biological and chemical threat recognition and detection (e.g., biosensors, aerosols, forensics) - crisis and disaster management - terrorism - cyber security and secure information systems (e.g., encryption, optical and photonic systems) - traditional and non-traditional security - .Based on cascaded microfiber knot resonators (CMKRs) with spectrum magnification function of Vernier effect (Figures 8D and 8E), the CMKRs shows high sensitivity of 6, nm/RIU and detection resolution up to × 10 −7 RIU (Xu et al., ), which can be widely used for chemical and biological sensing.
More recently, a novel design of Author: Lei Zhang, Yao Tang, Limin Tong.ConspectusFluorescence technology pervades all areas of chemical and biological sciences. In recent years, it is being realized that traditional fluorescence can be enriched in many ways by harnessing the power of plasmonic or photonic structures that have remarkable abilities to mold the flow of optical energy.
Conventional fluorescence is omnidirectional in nature, which makes it difficult Cited by: