About the book
Nanopores are pores of nanometer size. It may be created by a pore-forming protein or as a hole in synthetic materials such as silicon or graphene. This book intends to provide a good source of nanopore studies for researchers interested in and working in the general areas of electrochemistry, nanobiotechnology, materials, biomedical engineers, and chemical engineers who are interested in designing and utilizing processes to synthesize, characterize, and model nanopores. Focuses on the latest developments in nanopores, this book summarizes current research on nanopore materials, explains elegant approaches toward functional nanoporous materials, and investigates their scope and limitations.
The main focus of this book aims to be on the development of a novel method of nanopore fabrication, applications, and analysis of nanopore data. The secondary purpose of this book aims to be dedicated to a thorough discussion of the complexities involved in analyzing nanopores as well as the development of several tools that address the characterization of nanopores.