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Sensors, Vol. 14, Pages 23419-23438: Biomimetic Receptors for Bioanalyte Detection by Quartz Crystal Microbalances — From Molecules to Cells

05-Dec-2014 | Latif, Usman ; Qian, Jianjin ; Can, Serpil ; Dickert, Franz L., Sensors, 2014

A universal label-free detection of bioanalytes can be performed with biomimetic quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) coatings prepared by imprinting strategies. Bulk imprinting was used to detect the endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) known as estradiols. The estrogen 17β-estradiol is one of the ...


Tetraethylenepentamine-modified mesoporous adsorbents for CO2 capture: effects of preparation methods

27-Sep-2012 | Shou-Heng Liu, Wei-Che Hsiao, Wun-Hu Sie, Adsorption, 2012

Tetraethylenepentamine (TEPA)-modified mesocellular silica foams (MSFs) were fabricated via physical impregnation (MSF-T-x) and chemical grafting (MSF-CT-y) methods. The CO2 adsorption on these TEPA-modified MSFs was measured by using microbalances at 348 K and their adsorption capacities were ...


Porous Organic Cage Compounds as Highly Potent Affinity Materials for Sensing by Quartz Crystal Microbalances

03-Sep-2012 | Malte Brutschy, Markus W. Schneider, Michael Mastalerz, Siegfried R. Waldvogel, Advanced Materials, 2012

Porosity makes powerful affinity materials for quartz crystal micro balances. The shape‐persistent organic cages and pores create superior affinity systems to existing ones for direct tracing of aromatic solvent vapors. A shape and size selectivity for the analytes is observed. These organic ...


Electronic noses calibration procedure in the context of a multicentre medical study

13-Aug-2012 | M. Santonico, G. Pennazza, R. Capuano, C. Falconi, T.J. Vink, H.H. Knobel, M.P. Van der Schee, P.J. Sterk, P ..., Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 2012

An overview of the scientific literature in the medical field tells us that a large part of electronic nose applications is devoted to breath analysis. A network based study can help testing the validity of this strategy when using many different devices based on identical or different ...


Spray-dried and pre-sintered TiO2 micro-balls for sinter-free processing of dye-sensitized solar cells

15-Mar-2011 | Seung I. Cha; Bo K. Koo; Kyu Hyeon Hwang; Seon Hee Seo; Dong Yoon Lee; Seung I. Cha; Dong Yoon Lee, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2011

Seung I. Cha, Bo K. Koo, Kyu Hyeon Hwang, Seon Hee Seo, Dong Yoon Lee (Paper from J. Mater. Chem.) Seung I. Cha, J. Mater. Chem., 2011, DOI: 10.1039/c0jm04450d To cite this article before page numbers are assigned, use the DOI form of citation above. The content of this RSS Feed (c) The ...


Short time gas delivery pattern improves long term sensor reproducibility

26-Feb-2011 | Eugenio, Martinelli , Marco, Santonico , Giorgio, Pennazza , Roberto, Paolesse , Arnaldo, D’Amico , ..., Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 2011

The long term reproducibility of responses is one of the most demanded qualities of chemical sensors. Among the several phenomena affecting the reproducibility those related to imperfect experimental design are sometimes dominant. In this work an experimental design centered on a pattern of ...


Laser Breakdown in Alcohols and Water Induced by λ=1064 nm Nanosecond Pulses

04-Oct-2010 | Tatiana, Kovalchuk , Gregory, Toker , Valery, Bulatov , Israel, Schechter, Chemical Physics Letters, 2010

Laser breakdown, induced by nanosecond pulses of 1064 nm wavelength, was studied in four alcohols and in water. The time dependent structure and physical properties of the breakdown were measured at high temporal and spatial resolutions, using Mach-Zehnder interferometry, shadow and Schlieren ...


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