Nanoanalytics - A Reply Of Analytical Chemistry To The Era Of Nanotechnology | 18664
ISSN: 2155-9872

Journal of Analytical & Bioanalytical Techniques
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Nanoanalytics - A reply of analytical chemistry to the era of nanotechnology

5th International Conference and Exhibition on Analytical & Bioanalytical Techniques

Sergei Shtykov

Keynote: J Anal Bioanal Tech

DOI: 10.4172/2155-9872.S1.016

Nanotechnology is the most popular and fastest growing area in science now. Analytical chemistry being a highly interdisciplinary in its nature cannot set aside an attractive power and advances of the nanotechnology. As a result the term �nanoanalytics� was appeared now but currently it has different meanings due to no agreement in analytical society about the matter. Careful examination of publications allows propose the following definition of nanoanalytics. �Nanoanalytics is a part of analytical chemistry developing the principles and methods of application the nanotechnologies, and unusual properties of nanosized objects in the chemical analysis�. According this definition we can identify and understand what the problems are and how to solve them when consider a concept, elements and peculiarities of nanoanalytics. It cannot be doubted that nanoanalytics deals with different nanotechnologies that in turn can be subdivided into two groups. First one includes measuring physical technologies that are applied to characterization of the nanoobjects sizes, morphology and chemical composition. The second group includes chemical synthetic technologies for development of new nanoobjects to get new analytical possibilities. Nanoobjects serve as tools in the chemical analysis and can be also subdivided into two groups: solid and liquid objects that are different from thermodynamic point of view. Some detailed information concerning this concept and application of nanotechnologies, solid and liquid nanoobjects as well as chemical analysis of nanoobjects themselves will be presented and discussed.

Sergei Shtykov has completed his PhD from Saratov State University (SSU) in 1980 and Doctorate dissertation (Habilitation) from the SSU in 1990. From 1993 he is a Full Professor on the chair of Analytical Chemistry and Chemical Ecology of SSU. From 2005 he is a member of Division of Analytical Chemistry of the European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences (DAC EuCheMS). He has published more than 250 papers in academic journals and was Supervisor of 20 PhD and 8 Doctorate dissertations. His scientific direction is an application of nanoobjects, nanotechnologies and supramolecular principles in the chemical analysis