Sensors, Nanoscience, Biomedical Engineering, and Instruments: Sensors Nanoscience Biomedical Engineering

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  • Provides a sharply focused reference for specialists in sensors, materials and nanoscience, instruments and measurements, and biomedical systems and devices
  • Includes defining terms, references, and suggestions for further reading in each chapter
  • Contains the latest information contributed by leading international experts
  • Offers updates in relevant chapters and new articles on biological effects of electromagnetic fields and nanotechnology
  • Summary

    In two editions spanning more than a decade, The Electrical Engineering Handbook stands as the definitive reference to the multidisciplinary field of electrical engineering. Our knowledge continues to grow, and so does the Handbook. For the third edition, it has expanded into a set of six books carefully focused on a specialized area or field of study. Each book represents a concise yet definitive collection of key concepts, models, and equations in its respective domain, thoughtfully gathered for convenient access.

    Sensors, Nanoscience, Biomedical Engineering, and Instruments provides thorough coverage of sensors, materials and nanoscience, instruments and measurements, and biomedical systems and devices, including all of the basic information required to thoroughly understand each area. It explores the emerging fields of sensors, nanotechnologies, and biological effects. Each article includes defining terms, references, and sources of further information.

    Encompassing the work of the world’s foremost experts in their respective specialties, Sensors, Nanoscience, Biomedical Engineering, and Instruments features the latest developments, the broadest scope of coverage, and new material on multisensor data fusion and MEMS and NEMS.

    Table of Contents

    Sensors, Materials, and Nanoscience
    Sensors
    .     Introduction; Rosemary L. Smith
    .     Electrochemical Sensors; Bryan Stewart Hobbs
    .     The Stannic Oxide Semiconductor Gas Sensor; J. Watson
    An Introduction to Multi-Sensor Data Fusion; David L. Hall and James Llinas
    Magnetooptics; David Young and Yuan Pu
    Materials and Nanoscience
    .     Carbon Nanotubes; M. Meyyappan
    .     Modeling MEMS and NEMS; John Pelesko
    .     Micromechatronics; Victor Giurgiutiu and Sergey Edward Lyshevski
    .     Nanocomputers, Nanoarchitectronics, and NanoICs; Sergey Edward Lyshevski
    .     Semiconductor Nano-electronics and Nano-Optoelectronics; Nelson Tansu, Ronald Arif, and Zhian Jin
    Instruments and Measurements
    .     Explosion-Proof Instruments; Sam S. Khalilieh, P.E.
    .     Portable Instruments and Systems; Halit Eren
    .     G (LabVIEW™) Software Engineering; Christopher G. Relf
    Reliability Engineering; B.S. Dhillon
    Biomedical Systems
    Introduction; Joseph D. Bronzino
    Bioelectricity
    .     Neuroelectric Principles; John A. White and Alan D. Dorval II
    .     Bioelectric Events; L.A. Geddes (revised by R.C. Barr)
    .     Biological Effects and Electromagnetic Fields; Bonnie Keillor Slaten and Dr. Frank Barnes
    .     Embedded Signal Processing; David R. Martinez, Robert A. Bond, and M. Michael Vai
    Biomedical Sensors; Michael R. Neuman
    Bioelectronics and Instruments
    .     The Electroencephalogram; Joseph D. Bronzino
    .     The Electrocardiograph; Edward J. Berbari
    Tomography; M.D. Fox
    Mathematics, Symbols, and Physical Constants
    Introduction; Ronald J. Tallarida
    .     Greek Alphabet
    .     International System of Units (SI)
    .     Conversion Constants and Multipliers
    .     Physical Constants
    .     Symbols and Terminology for Physical and Chemical Quantities
    .     Credits
    .     Probability for Electrical and Computer Engineers; Charlie Therrien
    Index