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Author ORCID Identifier
Open Access Dissertation
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Year Degree Awarded
Month Degree Awarded
Vincent M. Rotello
Analytical Chemistry | Materials Chemistry | Organic Chemistry
The adaptation of inkjet printing technology has recently been used to create controlled high throughput micro- and nano-scaled structures. Coupling this technique with gold nanoparticles in our research has produced new platforms for biosensors, chemical patterning, and anti-counterfeiting applications. In this presentation, we will highlight promising fabrication strategies including the development of test strips for the determination of bacteria in drinking water as well as the use of patterned nanoparticles for security applications.
Creran, Brian, "Inkjet Printing for Biosensing and Security Applications" (2015). Doctoral Dissertations. 517.