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Nanotechnology and Microelectronics: Global Diffusion, Economics and Policy provides comprehensive research and case studies on the issues surrounding technology transfer and diffusion, trends and developments, and economics and policies as they relate to these technologies. This book serves as a resource for academics, students, policy-makers and professionals interested in advancing their knowledge of nanotechnology and microelectronics.

Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy: Corrosion Behavior Application

Many applications in motorcontrollers, bio-acquisition systems and energy cells balancers require reconfigurable and adaptive architectures to mitigate environmental perturbations in real time. The complexity of designing such systems is challenging, requiring robust architectures. This book provides a multimode paradigm, such that performance parameters can be adjusted using closed loop adaptation driven on sensory data from the environment. It presents mixed signal integrated System-on-Chip microsystems, which combine on-chip reconfigurable and adaptive circuit capabilities to deliver precise control signals to driver networks/electrodes. A broad applicable concept, is demonstrated by realizing controllers for surgical robots that provide performance metrics needed to manipulate delicate tissues while minimizing damage during minimal invasive surgery. Also, a single-chip/biochip for biosignals like EEG (brain), EOG (eye), ECG (heart), EMG (muscle) and neural recordings, and precision analog front-ends that support cells monitoring, variation detection, overcurrent protection and equalization are presented. The book is written for professionals and the entire academic community.


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N. Ekekwe, Adaptive Application-Specific Instrumentation and Control Microsystems: MotorControllers, BioAcquisition Systems & Battery Cells Balancers, LAP, Koln, Germany, 2009.

In the first half of the twentieth century, corrosion engineers and material scientists used techniques such as salt spray and weight loss as their major methods of evaluating corrosion rates. Despite their reliabilities, these techniques are complex and time-consuming. With time, a new method, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS), has emerged to become firmly established as de facto method of evaluating corrosion behavior. This popularity has directly followed the widespread use of impedance techniques in fundamental and applied electrochemistry, and materials science. In this book, EIS is explained, qualitatively and quantitatively, and its applications to corrosion behavior of metallic structures are discussed. Because the corrosion of carbon steel and aluminum is a major infrastructure degradation problem in practically all industries, including the chemical, mineral, materials, and petrochemical industries world-wide, EIS based corrosion experiments were conducted with these metals towards developing models that will guide structural continuity management. The book is written for professionals and the entire academic community


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