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Nanoscience and its Applications by Alessandra Luzia Da Róz, Fábio de Lima Leite, G Marystela Ferreira L, Osvaldo de Oliveira Jr

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Nanosensors

C.C. Bueno*
P.S. Garcia*
C. Steffens**
D.K. Deda*
F. de Lima Leite**    Nanoneurobiophysics Research Group, Department of Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics, Federal University of São Carlos, Sorocaba, São Paulo, Brazil**    Regional Integrated University of Upper Uruguai and Missions, Erechim, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Abstract

Nanosensors are fundamental for the development and progress of research in nanotechnology. These devices have been receiving increasing attention because of the need for detecting and measuring, at the molecular level, chemical and physical properties of toxins, pollutants, and analytes in general. In this chapter, general concepts related to nanosensors as well as concepts related to atomic force microscopy ...

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