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Springer Series on Chemical Sensors and Biosensors.

Springer Series on Chemical Sensors and Biosensors. Ultrathin Electrochemical Chemo- and Biosensors. Technology and Performance. The volume contains a selection of competent contributions from well-recognized authors. Frieder W. Scheller, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, Vol. 386, 2006). Show all. Table of contents (13 chapters).

4 Chemical sensors and biosensors are becoming more and more indispensable tools in life science, medicine, chemistry and biotechnology. The series covers exciting sensor-related aspects of chemistry, biochemistry, thin film and interface techniques, physics, including opto-electronics, measurement sciences and signal processing.

Автор: Mirsky Vladimir M. Название: Ultrathin Electrochemical Chemo .

Springer Chemical Sensors and Biosensors.

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The journal aims to promote original works that demonstrate significant progress beyond the current state of the art in these fields along with applicability to solve meaningful analytical problems.

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Chemical sensors and chemical biosensors are becoming more and more indispensable tools in life science, medicine, chemistry and biotechnology.

Chemical Sensors and Biosensors . Ultrathin electrochemical chemo- and biosensors : technology and performance.

Chemical Sensors and Biosensors, 2007. Surface plasmon resonance based sensors.

Subjects for Ultrathin Electrochemical Chemo- and Biosensors: General titles in analytical chemistry. Medical equipment, Biomedical engineering, Biomaterials. These new and very promising types of sensors, their technology and performance in real world applications form the main topic of this book written by leading experts from around the world.

Traditional biological sensors, based on enzymatic receptors and potentiometric or amperometric transducers are well reviewed and are nowadays even included extensively in many textbooks. The editors of this volume, the 2nd in the new Springer Series on Chemical and Biosensors, have focussed exclusively on alternative types of chemical and biological sensors or sensor-like structures. Special attention is given to sensor principles based on the use of linear or non-linear impedance spectroscopy. After self-assembled monolayers have become a viable technology for the immobilization of organic molecules on electrodes and for the formation of covalently stabilized receptor layers and even more sophisticated organic nano- and microstructures, this has led to the development of numerous analytical applications of impedometric sensor methods. These new and very promising types of sensors, their technology and performance in real world applications form the main topic of this book written by leading experts from around the world.