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Sensors, Vol. 18, Pages 1314: High Sensitive pH Sensor Based on AlInN/GaN Heterostructure Transistor

24-Apr-2018 | Dong, Yan ; Son, Dong-Hyeok ; Dai, Quan ; Lee, Jun-Hyeok ; Won, Chul-Ho ; Kim, Jeong-Gil ; Chen, Dunjun ; Lee, Jung- ..., Sensors, 2018

Sensors, Vol. 18, Pages 1314: High Sensitive pH Sensor Based on AlInN/GaN Heterostructure Transistor Sensors doi: 10.3390/s18051314 Authors: Yan Dong Dong-Hyeok Son Quan Dai Jun-Hyeok Lee Chul-Ho Won Jeong-Gil Kim Dunjun Chen Jung-Hee Lee Hai Lu Rong Zhang Youdou ...

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Sensors, Vol. 18, Pages 600: Hyperpolarized Amino Acid Derivatives as Multivalent Magnetic Resonance pH Sensor Molecules

15-Feb-2018 | Hundshammer, Christian ; Düwel, Stephan ; Ruseckas, David ; Topping, Geoffrey ; Dzien, Piotr ; Müller, Christoph ; F ..., Sensors, 2018

Sensors, Vol. 18, Pages 600: Hyperpolarized Amino Acid Derivatives as Multivalent Magnetic Resonance pH Sensor Molecules Sensors doi: 10.3390/s18020600 Authors: Christian Hundshammer Stephan Düwel David Ruseckas Geoffrey Topping Piotr Dzien Christoph Müller Benedikt ...

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Sensors, Vol. 18, Pages 600: Hyperpolarized Amino Acid Derivatives as Multivalent Magnetic Resonance pH Sensor Molecules

15-Feb-2018 | Hundshammer, Christian ; Düwel, Stephan ; Ruseckas, David ; Topping, Geoffrey ; Dzien, Piotr ; Müller, Christoph ; F ..., Sensors, 2018

Sensors, Vol. 18, Pages 600: Hyperpolarized Amino Acid Derivatives as Multivalent Magnetic Resonance pH Sensor Molecules Sensors doi: 10.3390/s18020600 Authors: Christian Hundshammer Stephan Düwel David Ruseckas Geoffrey Topping Piotr Dzien Christoph Müller Benedikt ...

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TWO‐STAGE DRY ANAEROBIC DIGESTION PROCESS CONTROL OF BIOWASTE FOR HYDROLYSIS AND BIOGAS OPTIMIZATION

19-Jan-2018 | Federico Micolucci, Hinrich Uellendhal, Chemical Engineering & Technology, 2018

Abstract This study offers an advanced management system which adapts to most of the two‐stage anaerobic dry treatment plants that do not benefit from a local expert in biowaste treatment. This approach takes advantage of pH sensors to control the process within the optimal range to enhance ...

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Genetically Targeted Ratiometric and Activated pH Indicator Complexes (TRApHIC) for Receptor Trafficking

16-Jan-2018 | Lydia A. Perkins; Qi Yan; Brigitte F. Schmidt; Dmytro Kolodieznyi; Saumya Saurabh; Mads Breum Larsen; Simon C. Watki ..., Biochemistry, 2018

Fluorescent protein-based pH sensors are useful tools for measuring protein trafficking through pH changes associated with endo- and exocytosis. However, commonly used pH-sensing probes are ubiquitously expressed with their protein of interest throughout the cell, hindering our ability to focus ...

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Sensors, Vol. 17, Pages 2952: Sensors and Biosensors for C-Reactive Protein, Temperature and pH, and Their Applications for Monitoring Wound Healing: A Review

19-Dec-2017 | Salvo, Pietro ; Dini, Valentina ; Kirchhain, Arno ; Janowska, Agata ; Oranges, Teresa ; Chiricozzi, Andrea ; Lomonac ..., Sensors, 2017

Sensors, Vol. 17, Pages 2952: Sensors and Biosensors for C-Reactive Protein, Temperature and pH, and Their Applications for Monitoring Wound Healing: A Review Sensors doi: 10.3390/s17122952 Authors: Pietro Salvo Valentina Dini Arno Kirchhain Agata Janowska Teresa Oranges Andrea ...

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Fabrication of fillable microparticles and other complex 3D microstructures

15-Sep-2017 | Kevin J. McHugh; Thanh D. Nguyen; Allison R. Linehan; David Yang; Adam M. Behrens; Sviatlana Rose; Zachary L. Tochka ..., Science , 2017

Three-dimensional (3D) microstructures created by microfabrication and additive manufacturing have demonstrated value across a number of fields, ranging from biomedicine to microelectronics. However, the techniques used to create these devices each have their own characteristic set of advantages ...

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Controlled core-to-core photo-polymerisation – fabrication of an optical fibre-based pH sensor

05-Sep-2017 | Fuad Mohamad; Michael G. Tanner; Debaditya Choudhury; Tushar R. Choudhary; Harry A. C. Wood; Kerrianne Harrington; M ..., Analyst, 2017

The fabrication of fluorescence-based pH sensors, embedded into etched pits of an optical fibre via highly controllable and spatially selective photo-polymerisation is described and the sensors validated.

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Monitoring pH in corrosion engineering by means of thermally produced iridium oxide electrodes

04-Sep-2017 | Y. Seguí Femenias, U. Angst, B. Elsener, Materials and Corrosion, 2017

A pH sensor to be used in highly alkaline media under continuous long‐term immersion conditions is crucial in various engineering applications. This work develops the production protocol and posterior conditioning of thermally oxidized iridium (IrOx) electrodes to be used as potentiometric pH ...

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Decreasing the time response of calibration-free pH sensors based on tungsten bronze nanocrystals

13-Aug-2017 | Author(s): Regina Cisternas, Luis Ballesteros, María Luisa Valenzuela, Heike Kahlert, Fritz Scholz, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 2017

Publication date: 15 September 2017 Source:Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, Volume 801 Author(s): Regina Cisternas, Luis Ballesteros, María Luisa Valenzuela, Heike Kahlert, Fritz Scholz A considerable improvement of time constants of tungsten bronze pH sensors was achieved ...

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