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Energies, Vol. 10, Pages 1869: Photovoltaic Device Performance Evaluation Using an Open-Hardware System and Standard Calibrated Laboratory Instruments

15-Nov-2017 | Montes-Romero, Jesús ; Piliougine, Michel ; Muñoz, José Vicente; Fernández, Eduardo F.; de la Casa, Juan, Energies, 2017

Energies, Vol. 10, Pages 1869: Photovoltaic Device Performance Evaluation Using an Open-Hardware System and Standard Calibrated Laboratory Instruments Energies doi: 10.3390/en10111869 Authors: Jesús Montes-Romero Michel Piliougine José Muñoz Eduardo Fernández Juan de la ...

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Sensors, Vol. 17, Pages 1079: GryphSens: A Smartphone-Based Portable Diagnostic Reader for the Rapid Detection of Progesterone in Milk

10-May-2017 | Jang, Hyunwook ; Ahmed, Syed Rahin; Neethirajan, Suresh, Sensors, 2017

Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) is a popular assay technique for the detection and quantification of various biological substances due its high sensitivity and specificity. More often, it requires large and expensive laboratory instruments, which makes it difficult to conduct when the ...

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Sensors, Vol. 16, Pages 1212: Color Change of Phenol Red by Integrated Smart Phone Camera as a Tool for the Determination of Neurotoxic Compounds

07-Sep-2016 | Kostelnik, Adam ; Cegan, Alexander ; Pohanka, Miroslav, Sensors, 2016

The use of a cell phone as a detection system is easy, simple and does not require trained personnel, which is in contrast to standard laboratory instruments. This paper deals with immobilization of acetylcholinesterase (AChE) in a gelatin matrix, and phenol red, as an indicator of AChE activity, ...

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Self-powered switch-controlled nucleic acid extraction system

01-Dec-2015 | Kyungsup Han; Yong-Jin Yoon; Yong Shin; Mi Kyoung Park, Lab on a Chip, 2015

Over the past few decades, lab-on-a-chip (LOC) technologies have played a great role in revolutionizing the way in vitro medical diagnostics are conducted and transforming bulky and expensive laboratory instruments and labour-intensive tests into easy to use, cost-effective miniaturized systems ...

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Self-powered switch-controlled nucleic acid extraction system

03-Nov-2015 | Kyungsup Han; Yong-Jin Yoon; Yong Shin; Mi Kyoung Park, Lab on a Chip, 2015

Over last few decades, lab-on-chip (LOC) technologies have played great role in revolutionizing the way in vitro medical diagnostics are done and transforming bulky and expensive laboratory instruments and labour-intensive tests to easy to use, cost-effective miniaturized systems with faster ...

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McSAS: software for the retrieval of model parameter distributions from scattering patterns

01-Jun-2015 | I. Bressler, B. R. Pauw, A. F. Thünemann, Journal of Applied Crystallography, 2015

A user‐friendly open‐source Monte Carlo regression package (McSAS) is presented, which structures the analysis of small‐angle scattering (SAS) using uncorrelated shape‐similar particles (or scattering contributions). The underdetermined problem is solvable, provided that sufficient external ...

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A portable and integrated instrument for cells manipulation by dielectrophoresis

25-Mar-2015 | Sarah Burgarella, Marco Di Bari, ELECTROPHORESIS, 2015

The physical manipulation of biological cells is a key point in the development of miniaturized systems for point‐of‐care analyses. Dielectrophoresis (DEP) has been reported by several laboratories as a promising method in biomedical research for label‐free cell manipulation without physical ...

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Avoiding misidentification of bands in planetary Raman spectra

05-Mar-2015 | Liam V. Harris, Melissa McHugh, Ian B. Hutchinson, Richard Ingley, Cédric Malherbe, John Parnell, Alison Olcott Mars ..., Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, 2015

Raman spectroscopy has been identified as a powerful tool for astrobiology and remote robotic planetary exploration. It can be used to identify and characterise rock matrices, mineral inclusions and organic molecules and is demonstrably effective at identifying biomarkers, or indicators of ...

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An in situ powder diffraction cell for high‐pressure hydrogenation experiments using laboratory X‐ray diffractometers

02-Feb-2015 | Romain Moury, Klaus Hauschild, Wolfgang Kersten, Jan Ternieden, Michael Felderhoff, Claudia Weidenthaler, Journal of Applied Crystallography, 2015

An in situ diffraction cell is presented which has been designed and constructed for in‐house powder diffraction experiments under high gas pressures up to 30 MPa. For a proof of principle, the in situ cell has been tested for several hydrogenation experiments under elevated pressures and ...

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A scanning CCD detector for powder diffraction measurements

22-Jul-2013 | B. H. Toby, T. J. Madden, M. R. Suchomel, J. D. Baldwin, R. B. Von Dreele, Journal of Applied Crystallography, 2013

Several different approaches have traditionally been used for detection of X‐ray powder diffraction patterns, including area detectors, point detectors and position‐sensitive detectors. Each has advantages. This paper discusses use of a low‐cost CCD detector attached to a diffractometer arm, ...

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