Nano@Tech with Dr. Gangli Wang

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Katie Hutchison
National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN)
404-385-0814 

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Summary Sentence: Networking seminar on "Novel Transfer Behavior at Single Nanopore Characterized by Impedance Techniques"

Full Summary: Wang, an assistant professor of chemistry at Georgia State University, speaks on "Novel Transfer Behavior at Single Nanopore Characterized by Impedance Techniques."

The Nano@Tech lecture series continues with Dr. Gangli Wang, assistant professor at Georgia State University, on "Novel Transfer Behavior at Single Nanopore Characterized by Impedance Techniques."

Abstract:
This talk will discuss novel mass transfer behavior through interfacial area in a single nanosized pore. A microscopic view of mass transfer through nanoscale interfacial region is probed by the combined voltammetric and impedance techniques. Results of single molecule sensing based on the novel nanopore impedance strategy will be presented.

Due to budget restraints, the Nano@Tech seminar series will be providing lunch only to those who have pre-registered. If you plan to attend the seminar, please RSVP by Monday, December 7, 2009 at the link below:

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Marcus, nano, nano@tech, NNIN
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  • Created On: Dec 1, 2009 - 10:44am
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