Chemical Sensors 7 -and- MEMS/NEMS 7, Issue 10

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Peter J. Hesketh
The Electrochemical Society, 2006 - Chemical detectors - 505 pages
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The latest developments in chemical and biological sensor research and development. Topics include: 1. new selective species recognition surfaces and materials; 2. molecular recognition materials and approaches to minimize non-specific binding; 3. semi-selective species recognition materials; 4. novel methods for signal processing, signal amplification, and detection; 5. detection systems for multiple analytes in complex samples; 6. sensor arrays; and 7. analytical systems and approaches.
 

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Contents

Detection of Metal Ions
5
Electrochemical Detection of CatecholNeurotransmitter in the Presence of Ascorbic
13
TCP Electrochemical Detection
21
Ion Spectroscopy Using Microfluidic FlowFETs
35
NonEquilibrium Potentiometric CO Sensor Using BaxLa1x2In2O5 0 4x0 6
45
Amperometric Sensor for Applications in Hydrodynamic Regimen
51
Manganese Salen Complex Immobilized by Electrostatic Interactions with Nafion and
59
Electrochemical Detection of Polyphenolic Compounds Using Carbon Composite
69
Voltammetric Determination of Catechol in the Presence of an Interferent Ascorbic
257
Silicon Carbide Thin Films using 13Disilabutane Single Precursor for MEMS
267
Electronic versus Optical Latent
281
HighRate Anisotropic Silicon Etching with the Expanding Thermal Plasma
291
Exposure of Thick Polymethylglutarimide Films for Structural MEMS
299
Novel Electrochemical Patterning Method of Silicon Carbide
307
DiamondCarbon Field Emission Based Structures for Sensors and MEMS
315
Monitoring of InstantMask Plating for Fabrication of Patterned Copper
325

Development of the Electrical DNA Sensor H Shiigi S Tokonami and T Nagaoka
81
ScreenPrinted Carbon Electrode Modified with PolyLHistidine Applied to
87
Development of a Novel Composite Sensor Based on Doped Pyrrole Selective to
97
Modified Porphyrinic Sensor for Nitric Oxide Monitoring
109
Electrochemical pHStat for Microliter Fluid Specimens
117
Automated Microarray Technology for Biomedical and Environmental Sensors
125
Development of WO3Based ThickFilm Hydrogen Sensors
141
Influence of Interfaces on the Electrical Properties of Sintered CalciaStabilized
153
A Solid Electrolyte Impedancemetric NOx Sensor Using Oxide Receptor
163
Influence of H2O on NOx Sensors
173
A Theoretical Framework for Prediction of Solid State Potentiometric Gas Sensor
179
Nitrogen Oxide Sensors For Automotive Applications
195
Miniaturized Amperometric Solid Electrolyte Carbon Dioxide Sensors
203
Microscale Chloride Sensor
215
A Field Effect Based Hydrogen Sensor for Low and High Concentrations
223
Electrical Characterization of Semiconducting Nanowire and Its Application to a
231
A Prototype Hydrogen Sensor using Palladium Nanowire Array
239
Use of Silica Nanowires on a Microfluidics Platform for the detection of IL10
249
Electrodeposited MicroActuators A Simple Tool for ImpedanceBased Sensing
339
Scalable Microfabricated High Torque Mechanical Micromotors
351
MEMS Capacitive Switch Fabrication using Photodefinable Metal Oxide Dielectrics
367
Complimentary NanoElectromechanical Carbon Nanotube Switches
375
Photodefinable Thermally Sacrificial Polycarbonate Materials Methods for MEMS
389
Characterization of a PolymerBased Microfluidic System for Electrophysiological
399
Pushing Capillary Electrophoresis in Chip Format into the Low Cost Region
407
Easy Fabrication of Microfluidic Device Using Photosensitive Sheet
417
Integrated Electrical Sensor Arrays in Microfluidic Networks
427
MetalCatalyzed Carbon Nanotube Piezoresistors with Very Large Longitudinal
437
CMOSBased Microsensors
447
MEMS Arrayed Scanning Probes for Soft Nanolithography
463
LowNoise Chemical Detection with a Piezoresistive Microcantilever Array
473
Design and Testing of a Wireless Portable Carbon NanotubeBased Chemical Sensor
483
Arrayed Nanostructured Titania Functionalized For Hydrogen Detection
493
Author Index
503
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