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Vol. 110, Issue 11, November 2009, pp. I-II




Sensors Based on Nanostructured Materials:
Book Review


Sergey Y. Yurish

International Frequency Sensor Association (IFSA)

Tel.: +34 696067716, fax: +34 93 401 19 89

E-mail: ifsa@sensorsportal.com

Nano materials industrial status



New published by Springer 326-page book Sensors Based on Nanostructure Materials written by experts from Canada, Spain and USA (edited by Francisco J. Arregui, Spain) provides the reader with a deep understanding of different techniques and methods of fabrication materials on the nanometer scale, and using it for various sensors such as temperature, pressure, strain, radiation, flow, magnetic fields, gases, volative organic compounds, ions, chemical, bio-, immuno-, DNA, glucose, magnetic and others.


 The book is organized by the logic way and topic of high interest. An introduction is following by nine chapters on carbon and non-carbon nanotubes, nanosensors and alternative nanostructured sensors such as nanowires, nanobelts, quantum dots, etc. Particular attention is given to nanostructured magnetic sensors, encapsulated probes and optical fiber sensors.


Each chapters of this book are independent and self-contained. It contains an introduction to the specific topic, various fabrication methods of nanostructured materials for sensing and known applications. References lists, which well reflect the state of the art of each topic are ending of each chapters. Some commercially available products are also described in the book.


Most of the contributors are editorial boards members of journals related to the nanosciense and three of them are editors-in-chiefs of different journals.


Sensors Based on Nanostructure Materials is suitable for academic and industrial researchers, engineers and PhD students. It is a valuable source for those who need to have a summary of nanosensors based on nanostructured materials fabricated with many different techniques.



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