Lecture 4: Nanobiotechnology IV
Optoelectronics I
Prof. James M. Carothers
April 7, 2017
S17 NME 220
Outline
Aptamers as elements for molecular recognition
Aptamer binding (DNA nanobox key and lock)
Transcribing from DNA
Generation in the laboratory
As di
Lecture 2: Nanobiotechnology I
Prof. James M. Carothers
March 29, 2017
S17 NME 220
Outline
Scales
Feynman Theres plenty of room at the bottom
DNA and Biological components
Goal: To begin developing an understanding of how scale impacts material
and system
Lecture 6: Nanoscale engineering
methods
Prof. James M. Carothers
April 14, 2017
S17 NME 220
1
How about scales? How do properties scale? Example 1. (Book p. 37)
Problem:
Engine 2 is n-times smaller than engine 1. If we have n
engine 2s:
Show that n numbe
Lecture 3: Nanobiotechnology II
Prof. James M. Carothers
April 3, 2017-April 5, 2017
S17 NME 220
Outline
Aptamers as elements for molecular recognition
Aptamer binding (DNA nanobox key and lock)
Transcribing from DNA
Generation in the laboratory
As diagno
Lecture 5: Optoelectronics II and
Scaling
Prof. James M. Carothers
April 10, 2017
S17 NME 220
Outline
Intro to Nanophotonics and Narrowband Photodetectors
Band gaps, conductors, insulators
Learning objectives:
Be able to use the characteristic dimension
Welcome to NME 220: Introduction to
molecular and nanoscale principles
Prof. James M. Carothers
S17 NME 220
Outline for Class Session I.
1. What is NME 220?
2. Course structure
3. Course mechanics
4. Grading
5. There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom
1. What
Lecture 9: Quantum Mechanics I
Prof. James M. Carothers
May 1, 2017
S17 NME 220
Quantum mechanics I
Probability density functions (hamburger)
Wave functions
Schrodinger's wave equation
-Material below not on exam
Simplest conceptual frameworks:
Particle i
Workshop I: Aptamer-based sensors
Prof. James M. Carothers
March 31, 2017
S17 NME 220
Outline
NME design projects
RNA aptamers
Goal: To be able to describe aptamers as molecular structures and a
platforms for engineering.
Nano + Molecular Engineering
Ense
Lecture 10: Problems and
Exam prep
Prof. James M. Carothers
May 3, 2017
S17 NME 220
Wave functions probability density
Probability density function give by 2:
|(x,y,z)|2 = (x,y,z)
where (x,y,z) dx dy dz is the probability that the particle is in the volum
Lecture 7: Atomistic Theory of Matter
Prof. James M. Carothers
April 24, 2017
S17 NME 220
1
Introduction to the atomistic theory of matter Onset of quantum mechanics
Convergence of theory and experiment resulted in new understanding
about the nature of th
Lecture 21: Heat cont'd
and Nanophotonics
Prof. James M. Carothers
June 1, 2015
S15 NME 220
Nanoscale heat transfer
Temperature
Boltzmann's constant
Conduction
Problem
Thermal conductivity and mean free path
Problem
Convection
Radiation
Goal: Introduce na
Lecture 15: Intro to chemical bonding 2
Prof. James M. Carothers
May 13, 2015
S15 NME 220
Chemical bonding 2
MOs describe motions of electrons
Characteristics
MO LCAO approximation
Variation Principle
Systematic selection of constants
Problem
Summary of M
Lecture 23: Intro to
Nanobiotechnology and Synthetic
biology
Prof. James M. Carothers
June 5, 2015
S15 NME 220
Feedback and last chances for bonus points
Post a QFT generated question about material on the exam (with answer!) before
11:30pm on 6/9 (two ni
Lecture 22: Nanofuidics
and nanobio I
Prof. James M. Carothers
June 3, 2015
S15 NME 220
Nanofuidics
Fluid motion
Continuum phenomena
Navier-Stokes Problem
Newtonian fluids
Nanoscale fluid flow
Reynold's number
Molecular diffusion
Fick's laws Problem
Role
Lecture 16: Intro to chemical bonding 3
and Intro to AFM 1
Prof. James M. Carothers
May 18, 2015
S15 NME 220
Chemical bonding 3 and AFM 1
Heteronuclear diatomic molecules
Charge-distribution properties
Dipole moment
Induced dipole moment
Dielectric consta
Lecture 20: Nanoscale heat transfer
Prof. James M. Carothers
May 29, 2015
S15 NME 220
Fermi energy Problem from book
Fermi function:
Probability of finding free electron in a given energy state E:
f(E) =
1
e(E-EF)/kBT)+1
kB = 1.38 x 10-23 J/K
Problem:
For
Lecture 17: Introduction to Atomic
Force Microscopy - 2
Prof. James M. Carothers
May 20, 2015
S15 NME 220
Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) 2
Atomic Force Microscopy
Contact mode
Tapping mode
Non-contact mode
AFM Tips
Tip types
AFM tip fabrication Problem
AFM
Lecture 19: Nanoelectronics-2
Prof. James M. Carothers
May 27, 2015
S15 NME 220
Outline for remainder of NME 220
Fri 5/29 Heat
1) Temperature as a tendency to release energy to the environment 2) Boltzmann
distribution 3) conduction 4) convection 5) radia
Lecture 18: Introduction to Atomic
Force Microscopy 3 and Electronics 1
Prof. James M. Carothers
May 22, 2015
S15 NME 220
Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) 3 and Nanoelectronics 1
AFM Tips
Tip types and nanofabrication
AFM Resolution
Raster scanning and heigh
Lecture 14: Intro to chemical bonding 1
Prof. James M. Carothers
May 11, 2015
S15 NME 220
Chemical bonding 1
Revisit: Introducing chemical bonds
Bonding orbitals
Anti-bonding orbitals
Other contributions to chemical bonding
Kinetic energy
Forces in chemic
Lecture 12: Intro to quantum mechanics 7
Prof. James M. Carothers
May 6, 2015
S15 NME 220
Intro to quantum mechanics 7
Hydrogen atom wave functions
Solution of Schrodinger's equation
Quantum numbers
Atomic orbital shapes
Introducing chemical bonds
Goal: I
Lecture 11: Intro to quantum mechanics 6
cont'd
Prof. James M. Carothers
May 4, 2015
S15 NME 220
Harmonic oscillator problem 2
Problem:
CO absorbs at 4.66 um.
What is the frequency of vibration?
What is the period of vibration?
What is the force constant
Welcome to NME 220: Introduction to
molecular and nanoscale principles
Prof. James M. Carothers
S15 NME 220
Outline for Class Session I.
1. What is NME 220?
2. Course structure
3. Course mechanics
4. Grading
5. There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom
1. What
Lecture 13: Intro to quantum mechanics 8
Prof. James M. Carothers
May 8, 2015
S15 NME 220
Intro to quantum mechanics 8
Quantum numbers
Atomic orbital sizes and shapes
Broader implications
Introducing chemical bonds
Bonding orbitals
Anti-bonding orbitals
G
Lecture 10: Intro to quantum mechanical
phenomena 6
Prof. James M. Carothers
April 29, 2015
S15 NME 220
1
Exam 1
Average: 71
Median: 72
Standard Deviation: 13
Highest score: 96.5
Exams will be returned on Friday; will discuss Problems in Recitation
2
Intr
Lecture 9: Intro to quantum mechanical
phenomena 5
Prof. James M. Carothers
April 27, 2015
S15 NME 220
1
Introduction to the atomistic theory of matter
Wave functions
Schrodinger's wave equation
Quantized energy levels of a particle in a box
Goal: Begin t
Lecture 8: Intro to quantum mechanical
phenomena 4
Prof. James M. Carothers
April 20, 2015
S15 NME 220
1
Introduction to the atomistic theory of matter
de Broglie wavelengths
Electron energy balance
On exam
Deriving E from Newton's equation for motion
Exa
Lecture 3: Nanoscale engineering
methods
Prof. James M. Carothers
April 8, 2015
S15 NME 220
1
What makes nano special?
1. How about scales?
2. Pitfalls of scale analysis
3. Aspect ratios.
Today: Nanoengineering techniques
2
How about scales? How do proper
Lecture 7: Intro to quantum mechanical
phenomena 3
Prof. James M. Carothers
April 17, 2015
S15 NME 220
In-class Exam #1
45 min in-class exam on Wed 4/22
Material through Monday's class and HW3
HW3 answers will be given out after Monday's class
(everyone e
Lecture 6: Atomistic Theory of Matter
and Intro to Quantum Mechanics II
Prof. James M. Carothers
April 15, 2015
S15 NME 220
1
Introduction to the atomistic theory of matter
Blackbody radiation
Definition
Theory
Applications
From Rayleigh-Jeans to Wien to