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Hollow silicon microstructures for biomedical applications

Show simple item record POSTICA, V. HÖLKEN, I. BUMKE, L. BAUM, M. ABABII, N. LUPAN, O. ADELUNG, R. 2019-10-11T08:01:39Z 2019-10-11T08:01:39Z 2016
dc.identifier.citation POSTICA, V., HÖLKEN, I., BUMKE, L. et al. Hollow silicon microstructures for biomedical applications. In: Health Technology Management. Book of abstracts: proc. of the 3rd intern. conf., October 6-17, 2016. Chişinău, 2016, p. 121. ISBN 978-9975-51-774-4. en_US
dc.identifier.isbn 978-9975-51-774-4
dc.description.abstract Traditional gas sensors and biosensors based on metal oxide micro- and nanostructures, which are widely investigated in the past decades, have very high electrical resistivity (in range of MΩ – TΩ). Such high resistivity is usually measured in laboratory conditions with special high-cost measurement units or equipment. Thus, such sensors are complicated to integrate into electronic biomedical devices or complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) systems, and needs high-cost amplifiers with very high input impedance. In this context, silicon (Si) materials which play a central role in semiconductor industry , by rational controlling of morphology and physicochemical properties can be easily integrated in gas sensors and biosensors devices. Recently Adelungs’ group demonstrated a novel method to synthesize hollow three-dimensional (3-D) aero-silicon microstructures, which demonstrated excellent potential for the development of biomedical applications. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Technical University of Moldova en_US
dc.rights Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States *
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dc.subject hollow microstructures en_US
dc.subject silicon microstructures en_US
dc.subject biomedical applications en_US
dc.subject microstructuri goale en_US
dc.subject microstructuri de siliciu en_US
dc.subject aplicații biomedicale en_US
dc.title Hollow silicon microstructures for biomedical applications en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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