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Christopher L Lee, Aleksandr Noy, Stephan P Swierkowski, Karl A Fisher, Bruce W Woods: Carbon nanotube array based sensor. The Regents of the University of California, Eddie E Scott, Alan H Thompson, September 20, 2005: US06946851 (30 worldwide citation)

A sensor system comprising a first electrode with an array of carbon nanotubes and a second electrode. The first electrode with an array of carbon nanotubes and the second electrode are positioned to produce an air gap between the first electrode with an array of carbon nanotubes and the second elec ...


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Olgica Bakajin, Jason Holt, Aleksandr Noy, Hyung Gyu Park: Membranes for nanometer-scale mass fast transport. Lawrence Livermore National Security, October 18, 2011: US08038887 (20 worldwide citation)

Nanoporous membranes comprising single walled, double walled, and multiwalled carbon nanotubes embedded in a matrix material were fabricated for fluid mechanics and mass transfer studies on the nanometer scale and commercial applications. Average pore size can be 2 nm to 20 nm, or seven nm or less, ...


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Olgica Bakajin, Aleksandr Noy: Microfluidic sieve using intertwined, free-standing carbon nanotube mesh as active medium. The Regents of the University of California, James S Tak, John H Lee, November 6, 2007: US07290667 (16 worldwide citation)

A microfluidic sieve having a substrate with a microfluidic channel, and a carbon nanotube mesh. The carbon nanotube mesh is formed from a plurality of intertwined free-standing carbon nanotubes which are fixedly attached within the channel for separating, concentrating, and/or filtering molecules f ...


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Aleksandr Noy, Alexander B Artyukhin, Olgica Bakajin, Pieter Stoeve: Lipid bilayers on nano-templates. Lawrence Livermore National Security, Eddie E Scott, August 4, 2009: US07569850 (8 worldwide citation)

A lipid bilayer on a nano-template comprising a nanotube or nanowire and a lipid bilayer around the nanotube or nanowire. One embodiment provides a method of fabricating a lipid bilayer on a nano-template comprising the steps of providing a nanotube or nanowire and forming a lipid bilayer around the ...


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Aleksandr Noy, Olgica Bakajin, Sonia L├ętant, Michael Stadermann, Alexander B Artyukhin: Lipid nanotube or nanowire sensor. Lawrence Livermore National Security, Eddie E Scott, John H Lee, June 9, 2009: US07544978 (2 worldwide citation)

A sensor apparatus comprising a nanotube or nanowire, a lipid bilayer around the nanotube or nanowire, and a sensing element connected to the lipid bilayer. Also a biosensor apparatus comprising a gate electrode; a source electrode; a drain electrode; a nanotube or nanowire operatively connected to ...


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Aleksandr Noy, Olgica Bakajin, Sonia L├ętant, Michael Stadermann, Alexander B Artyukhin: Lipid nanotube or nanowire sensor. Lawrence Livermore National Security, Eddie E Scott, John H Lee, June 29, 2010: US07745856 (2 worldwide citation)

A sensor apparatus comprising a nanotube or nanowire, a lipid bilayer around the nanotube or nanowire, and a sensing element connected to the lipid bilayer. Also a biosensor apparatus comprising a gate electrode; a source electrode; a drain electrode; a nanotube or nanowire operatively connected to ...


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Ravindra Revanur, Iljuhn Roh, Jennifer E Klare, Aleksandr Noy, Olgica Bakajin: Thin film composite membranes for forward osmosis, and their preparation methods. Porifera, Dorsey & Whitney, December 30, 2014: US08920654 (1 worldwide citation)

Forward osmosis membranes having a hydrophilic support layer and a polyamide rejection layer in a thin film composite membrane are considered. Preferred support layer materials include aramid polymers and PVDF. A woven or non-woven mesh can be incorporated into the support layer to improve handling ...


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Olgica Bakajin, Aleksandr Noy, Francesco Fornasiero, Hyung Gyu Park, Jason K Holt, Sangil Kim: Membranes with functionalized carbon nanotube pores for selective transport. Lawrence Livermore National Security, Foley & Lardner, January 27, 2015: US08940173 (1 worldwide citation)

Provided herein composition and methods for nanoporous membranes comprising single walled, double walled, or multi-walled carbon nanotubes embedded in a matrix material. Average pore size of the carbon nanotube can be 6 nm or less. These membranes are a robust platform for the study of confined mole ...


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Valentin Lulevich, Olgica Bakajin, Jennifer E Klare, Aleksandr Noy: Preparation of aligned nanotube membranes for water and gas separation applications. Porifera, Dorsey & Whitney, January 5, 2016: US09227360

Fabrication methods for selective membranes that include aligned nanotubes can advantageously include a mechanical polishing step. The nanotubes have their ends closed off during the step of infiltrating a polymer precursor around the nanotubes. This prevents polymer precursor from flowing into the ...


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Ravindra Revanur, Valentin Lulevich, Il Juhn Roh, Jennifer E Klare, Sangil Kim, Aleksandr Noy, Olgica Bakajin: Membranes having aligned 1-D nanoparticles in a matrix layer for improved fluid separation. Porifera, Dorsey & Whitney, December 22, 2015: US09216391

Membranes for fluid separation are disclosed. These membranes have a matrix layer sandwiched between an active layer and a porous support layer. The matrix layer includes 1-D nanoparticles that are vertically aligned in a porous polymer matrix, and which substantially extend through the matrix layer ...



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