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Chemical clocks, oscillations, and other temporal effects in analytical chemistry: oddity or viable approach?

Most analytical methods are based on “analogue” inputs from sensors of light, electric potentials, or currents. The signals obtained by such sensors are processed using certain calibration functions to determine concentrations of the target analytes. The signal readouts are normally done after an optimised a

Authors:   Gurpur Rakesh D. Prabhu; Henryk Witek; Pawel Lukasz Urban
Journal:   Analyst
DOI:   10.1039/C7AN01926B
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