By Royce W. Murray
content material: Chemical sensors and microinstrumentation : an summary / Royce W. Murray --
New anion- and gas-selective potentiometric sensors / M.E. Meyerhoff, D.M. Pranitis, H.S. Yim, N.A. Chaniotakis, and S.B. Park --
electric houses of phospholipid bilayer membranes measured with a mild addressable potentiometric sensor / George B. Sigal, Dean G. Hafeman, J. Wallace Parce, and Harden M. McConnell --
Electropolymerized movies within the development of biosensors / Robert J. Geise and Alexander M. Yacynych --
Electrochemical sensors according to polymer movies immobilized through gamma irradiation / Louis A. Coury, Jr., Christos Galiatsatos, Edward W. Huber, Sandra Sponaugle, and William R. Heineman --
Pulse voltammetric biosensing gadget for genuine time selection of a desk bound droplet glucose pattern / Yoshihito Ikariyama, Naoki Shimada, and Shigeru Yamauchi --
Bioelectrochemistry at microelectrodes / H. Allen O. Hill, Napthali P. Klein, A. Surya N. Murthy, and Ioanna S.M. Psalti --
Microelectrodes to probe spatially heterogeneous concentrations / R. Mark Wightman, Leslie J. may well, John Baur, David Leszczyszyn, and Eric Kristensen --
A fiber-optic electrode for optoelectrochemical biosensors / Masuo Aizawa, Masaru Tanaka, and Yoshihito Ikariyama --
Fiber-optic- and polymer film-based enthalpimeters for biosensor functions / Raymond E. Dessy, Lloyd Burgess, Larry Arney, and James Petersen --
Vapor detection with floor acoustic wave microsensors / Hank Wohltjen, David S. Ballantine, Jr., and N.L. Jarvis --
Selective size of vinyl acetate vapor utilizing a covered floor acoustic wave oscillator : purposes to business hygiene / Edward T. Zellers --
Liquid-phase sensors in keeping with acoustic plate mode units / A.J. Ricco, S.J. Martin, T.M. Niemczyk, and G.C. Frye --
tracking thin-film houses with floor acoustic wave units : diffusion, floor sector, and pore measurement distribution / G.C. Frye, S.J. Martin, A.J. Ricco, and C.J. Brinker --
Elastic homes of skinny polymer motion pictures investigated with floor acoustic wave units / David S. Ballantine, Jr. and Hank Wohltjen --
Sensors in keeping with biomolecules immobilized at the piezoelectric quartz crystal microbalance : detection of glucose utilizing hexokinase / Steven J. Lasky and Daniel A. Buttry --
layout, training, and functions of fiber-optic chemical sensors for non-stop tracking / David R. Walt, Christiane Munkholm, Ping Yuan, Shufang Luo, and Steven Barnard --
Poly(vinyl alcohol)-based symptoms for optical pH and Mg(II) sensing / Ma Wangbai, Zhang Zhujun, and W. Rudolf Seitz --
building and characterization of optical sensors with porous polymer movie / Scott M. Stole, Thomas P. Jones, Lai-Kwan Chau, and Marc D. Porter --
Fiber-optic-based biocatalytic biosensors / Mark A. Arnold --
layout issues for antibody-based fiber-optic chemical sensors / Michael J. Sepaniak, Bruce J. Tromberg, Jean-Pierre Alarie, James R. Bowyer, Arthur M. Hoyt, and Tuan Vo-Dinh --
Acetylcholine receptor-mediated optical transduction from lipid membranes / U.J. Krull, R.S. Brown, ok. Dyne, B.D. Hougham, and E.T. Vandenberg --
New advancements and purposes of fiber-optic sensors / S.M. Angel, M.N. Ridley, okay. Langry, T.J. Kulp, and M.L. Myrick --
Optical waveguide chemical sensors / John F. Giuliani --
Multidimensional fluorescence with an easy fiber-optic-based probe / Kevin S. Litwiler and Frank V. Bright.
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