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Innovations in Nano sensors - An Overview

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This is the presentation for my national level paper on Nanosensors that I used

This is the presentation for my national level paper on Nanosensors that I used

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  • Nano sensors – An overview
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    • 1. BY:CHETAN.MRAMESH HEGDEDR. P K SRIMANI
    • 2. A nanometer is a billionth of a meter.Nanotechnology is not a new science.HISTORY OF NANOTECHNOLOGYA roman cup of prehistoric times using nanoparticles to givesdifferent colors at different times of the day.
    • 3. INTRODUCTION:Number of Nano Technology sensors published per year until 2011
    • 4. Nanosensors are sensing devices with atleast one of theirsensing dimensions being not greater than 100nm.3 broad categories:1. Optical nanosensors.2. Electromagnetic nanosensors.3. Mechanical/vibrational nanosensors.INTRODUCTION TO NANOSENSORS
    • 5. BASIC PRINCIPLE OF WORKING OF OPTICAL NANOSENSORS
    • 6. Optical nanosensorsOptical nanosensor asTemperature IndicatorBasic principle of fluorosene basedoptical nanosensor
    • 7. ELECTROMAGNETIC NANOSENSORS
    • 8. Electromagnetic nanosensorsNano pressure sensorNano bacteria sensor
    • 9. Mechanical nanosensorsNanowires for connection of nano and micro components
    • 10. SUMMARY OF ABOVE SENSORS
    • 11. Conclusion
    • 12.  [1] Nanosensors:physical chemical and biological[2012]– Vinod Kumar Khanna. [2] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nanosensor.htm -Wikipedia Nanosensors article. [3] A Conceptual Review of Nanosensors - Teik-ChengLim and Seeram Ramakrishna. [4] Graphene-based wireless bacteria detection ontooth enamel – Nature Communications. [6]http://www.sensorsportal.com/HTML/SENSORS/Nanosensors.htm - Nanosensors portal. [7] Tata McGrawHill – Nanotechnology anIntroduction. [8] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphene -Wikipedia Graphene article