Nanotubes for Biotechnology

Authored by: Jonathan C. G. Jeynes , Vanesa Sanz-Beltran , Johnjoe McFadden , S. R. P. Silva

Handbook of Nanophysics

Print publication date:  September  2010
Online publication date:  September  2010

Print ISBN: 9781420075465
eBook ISBN: 9781420075496
Adobe ISBN:

10.1201/9781420075496-9

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Abstract

Currently, a range of nanoparticles are being investigated for their application to life sciences, including gold nanoparticles and quantum dots. But, this chapter will primarily discuss only nanotubes. The definition of a nanotube is not fixed, although most researchers generally accept that nanotubes have a diameter from 1 to 100 nm and can be anything from 100 nm to a few microns in length (Martin and Kohli, 2003; Kohli and Martin, 2005).

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