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electrokin_lec6 - Key Concepts for section IV...

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1: Debye layer, Zeta potential, Electrokinetics 2: Electrophoresis, Electroosmosis 3: Dielectrophoresis 4: Inter-Debye layer force, Van-Der Waals force 5: Coupled systems, Scaling, Dimensionless Numbers Goals of Part IV: (1) Understand electrokinetic phenomena and apply them in (natural or artificial) biosystems (2) Understand various driving forces and be able to identify dominating forces in coupled systems Key Concepts for section IV (Electrokinetics and Forces)
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Introduction : Use of nanoparticles and vesicles in modern biotechnology Nanoparticles : Emerging tools for Bioengineering From www.evidenttech.com (Evident Technology) Image removed due to copyright restrictions. Photo of EviDots (TM) vials - 490nm to 680nm.
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The problem of colloid / nanoparticle stability The problem of colloid (nanoparticle) stability M. M. Baksh, M. Jaros, J. T. Groves, Nature 427 , 139 (2004) Image removed due to copyright restrictions. Figure 4 in A. Yethiraj and A. van Blaaderen. Nature 421 , 513 (2003) Coagulation / Flocculation Courtesy of J. T. Groves. Used with permission.
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course BIO 2.797j taught by Professor Matthewlang during the Fall '06 term at MIT.

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