Bullet  Journal : SENSORS AND ACTUATORS B: CHEMICAL

     ISSN: 0925-4005  Vol./Iss.: 130, 1

 

Proceedings of the 11th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors IMCS-11 - IMCS 2006,
Brescia, Italy, 16-19 July 2006, Edited by Pietro Siciliano and Angiola Forleo

 

Date: 14 March 2007

 

1. Editorial Board
Page CO2
 
 
  Heading: Publishers Note
2. Publishers Note
Page viii
 
 
3. Hybrid mesostructured thin films functionalized with DBM as new selective sensors of BF3
Pages 1-8
P. Banet, L. Legagneux, P. Hesemann, J.J.E. Moreau, L. Nicole, A. Quach, C. Sanchez and T.-H. Tran-Thi
4. Macroporous TiO2 thin film gas sensors obtained using colloidal templates
Pages 9-13
Il-Doo Kim, Avner Rothschild, Dae-Jin Yang and Harry L. Tuller
5. Biosensors utilizing monolayers on electrode surfaces
Pages 14-20
Fumio Mizutani
6. A portable biochemical detection device based on fibre optic sensor
Pages 21-24
Yue Weiwei, Zhou Aiyu, He Baoshan and Cai Xinxia
7. Fabrication of nanostructured TiO2 by anodization: A comparison between electrolytes and substrates
Pages 25-31
Xiaofeng Yu, Yongxiang Li, Wojtek Wlodarski, Sasikaran Kandasamy and Kourosh Kalantar-zadeh
8. A bio-sniffer stick with FALDH (formaldehyde dehydrogenase) for convenient analysis of gaseous formaldehyde
Pages 32-37
Kohji Mitsubayashi, Genki Nishio, Masayuki Sawai, Takao Saito, Hiroyuki Kudo, Hirokazu Saito, Kimio Otsuka, Thierry Noguer and Jean-Louis Marty
9. (Ti, Sn)O2 binary solid solutions for gas sensing: Spectroscopic, optical and transport properties
Pages 38-45
M.C. Carotta, S. Gherardi, V. Guidi, C. Malagu’, G. Martinelli, B. Vendemiati, M. Sacerdoti, G. Ghiotti, S. Morandi, A. Bismuto, P. Maddalena and A. Setaro
10. Nitrogen oxides gas sensor based on Al3+ ion conducting solid electrolyte
Pages 46-51
Shinji Tamura, Isao Hasegawa and Nobuhito Imanaka
11. A novel surface plasmon resonance imaging interferometry for protein array detection
Pages 52-58
Xinglong Yu, Xiang Ding, Fangfang Liu and Yan Deng
12. Pd/native nitride/n-GaAs structures as hydrogen sensors
Pages 59-64
Nevin Taşaltın, Fatih Dumludağ, Mehmet Ali Ebeoğlu, Hayrettin Yüzer and Zafer Ziya Öztürk
13. Polydimethylsiloxane microfluidic system with in-channel structure for integrated electrochemical detector
Pages 65-69
Jong-Chul Yoo, Hyun-Jung Her, C.J. Kang and Yong-Sang Kim
14. TiO2 nanowires array fabrication and gas sensing properties
Pages 70-76
L. Francioso, A.M. Taurino, A. Forleo and P. Siciliano
15. New pH-sensitive TaOxNy membranes prepared by NH3 plasma surface treatment and nitrogen incorporated reactive sputtering
Pages 77-81
Chao-Sung Lai, Cheng-En Lue, Chia-Ming Yang, Jui-Hsiu Jao and Chih-Chiang Tai
16. Surface plasmon resonance imaging technique for nucleic acid detection
Pages 82-87
M.G. Manera, J. Spadavecchia, A. Leone, F. Quaranta, R. Rella, D. Dell’atti, M. Minunni, M. Mascini and P. Siciliano
17. Gas sensor characteristics for smoldering fire caused by a cigarette smoke
Pages 88-93
Ayako Sawada, Tsubasa Higashino, Takashi Oyabu, Yoshinori Takei, Hidehito Nanto and Kiyoshi Toko
18. FET hydrogen-gas sensor with direct heating of catalytic metal
Pages 94-99
Koichi Yokosawa, Kazuo Saitoh, Sadaki Nakano, Yasushi Goto and Keiji Tsukada
19. Bread baking aromas detection by low-cost electronic nose
Pages 100-104
A. Ponzoni, A. Depari, M. Falasconi, E. Comini, A. Flammini, D. Marioli, A. Taroni and G. Sberveglieri
20. Response properties of resistive oxygen sensors using Ce1−xZrxO2 (x = 0.05, 0.10) thick films in propane combustion gas
Pages 105-109
Noriya Izu, Noriko Oh-hori, Woosuck Shin, Ichiro Matsubara, Norimitsu Murayama and Masaki Itou
21. Comparison of adsorbent films obtained by plasma polymerization of oxygenated organic compounds
Pages 110-119
R.R. Lima, L.F. Hernandez, E. Fachini, N.R. Demarquette and M.L.P. Silva
22. Quantitative detection of tetrodotoxin (TTX) by a surface plasmon resonance (SPR) sensor
Pages 120-128
Allen D. Taylor, Jon Ladd, Stacey Etheridge, Jonathan Deeds, Sherwood Hall and Shaoyi Jiang
23. Detection of botulinum neurotoxins in buffer and honey using a surface plasmon resonance (SPR) sensor
Pages 129-134
Jon Ladd, Allen D. Taylor, Jiří Homola and Shaoyi Jiang
24. Determining the levels of tannin in tea by amperometry of ferricyanide pre-reaction with a sample in a flow-injection system
Pages 135-140
Yueh-Tzu Hung, Po-Chung Chen, Richie L.C. Chen and Tzong-Jih Cheng
25. Nanostructured copper thin film used for catalysis
Pages 141-149
Alexsander Tressino de Carvalho, Roberto da Rocha Lima, Lilian Marques Silva, Estevão Fachini and Maria Lucia Pereira da Silva
26. Fabrication of an integrated microfluidic device based on a heat-sensitive poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) polymer and micromachining protocols for programmed bio-molecular patterning
Pages 150-157
Dae-Sik Lee, Hyoung Gil Choi, Kwang Hyo Chung, Bun Yeoul Lee and Hyun C. Yoon
27. Indicator immobilization on Fabry-Perot nanocavities towards development of fiber optic sensors
Pages 158-163
César Elosúa, Cándido Bariáin, Ignacio R. Matías, Francisco J. Arregui, Asunción Luquin, Elena Vergara and Mariano Laguna
28. A portable integrated wide-range gas sensing system with smart A/D front-end
Pages 164-174
A. Baschirotto, S. Capone, A. D’Amico, C. Di Natale, V. Ferragina, G. Ferri, L. Francioso, M. Grassi, N. Guerrini, P. Malcovati, E. Martinelli and P. Siciliano
29. Assembly of CdSe/ZnS nanocrystals on microwires and nanowires for temperature sensing
Pages 175-180
Peter Löw, Bruno Le Pioufle, Beomjoon Kim and Christian Bergaud
30. Fabrication of a MEMS-based separation module for liquid chromatography
Pages 181-186
A. Benvenuto, V. Guarnieri, L. Lorenzelli, C. Collini, M. Decarli, A. Adami, C. Potrich, L. Lunelli, R. Canteri and C. Pederzolli
31. Copper(II)-selective electrodes based on a novel charged carrier and preliminary application of field-effect transistor type checker
Pages 187-192
Shin-ichi Wakida, Nagahisa Sato and Keiitsu Saito
32. Catalytic enhancement of SnO2 gas sensors as seen by the moving gas outlet method
Pages 193-199
A. Helwig, G. Müller, G. Sberveglieri and G. Faglia
33. Thermopile sensor-devices for the catalytic detection of hydrogen gas
Pages 200-206
Lionel Fabrice Houlet, Woosuck Shin, Kazuki Tajima, Maiko Nishibori, Noriya Izu, Toshio Itoh and Ichiro Matsubara
34. Novel CMOS fully integrable interface for wide-range resistive sensor arrays with parasitic capacitance estimation
Pages 207-215
Giuseppe Ferri, Vincenzo Stornelli, Andrea De Marcellis, Alessandra Flammini and Alessandro Depari
35. Microfluidic chip for blood cell separation and collection based on crossflow filtration
Pages 216-221
Xing Chen, Da Fu Cui, Chang Chun Liu and Hui Li
36. Effect of the chemical composition on the sensing properties of In2O3–SnO2 nanoparticles synthesized by a non-aqueous method
Pages 222-230
Giovanni Neri, Anna Bonavita, Giuseppe Micali, Giuseppe Rizzo, Nicola Pinna, Markus Niederberger and Jianhua Ba
37. NO2 sensing performances of planar sensor using stabilized zirconia and thin-NiO sensing electrode
Pages 231-239
Vladimir V. Plashnitsa, Taro Ueda, Perumal Elumalai and Norio Miura
38. Cermet microsensors for fire detection
Pages 240-248
Mark H. Hammond, Susan L. Rose-Pehrsson, Daniel T. Gottuk, James A. Lynch, Duane Tillett and Holger Streckert
39. Nanoscale probe system for cell-organelle analysis
Pages 249-257
Seoung-Jai Bai, Tibor Fabian, Fritz B. Prinz and Rainer J. Fasching
40. A selective AQS system with artificial neural network in automobile
Pages 258-263
Wan-Young Chung and Seung-Chul Lee
41. An array of capacitive sensors based on a commercial fingerprint detectors
Pages 264-268
Eugenio Martinelli, Mario Stabile, Alexandro Catini, Roberto Paolesse, Arnaldo D’Amico and Corrado Di Natale
42. NASICON-based NO2 device attached with metal oxide and nitrite compound for the low temperature operation
Pages 269-276
Kenji Obata and Shigenori Matsushima
43. Heat exchange and temperature calculation in thick-film semiconductor gas sensor systems
Pages 277-280
A. Giberti, M. Benetti, M.C. Carotta, V. Guidi, C. Malagù and G. Martinelli
44. A simple and versatile self-assembled monolayer based surface plasmon resonance immunosensor for highly sensitive detection of 2,4-D from natural water resources
Pages 281-289
Sook Jin Kim, K. Vengatajalabathy Gobi, Hiroyuki Tanaka, Yukihiro Shoyama and Norio Miura
45. Mercury(II) sensors based on calix[4]arene derivatives as receptor molecules
Pages 290-294
Rakesh Kumar Mahajan, Ravneet Kaur, Vandana Bhalla, Manoj Kumar, Tetsutaro Hattori and Sotaro Miyano
46. Sodium ion sensitive microelectrode based on a p-tert-butylcalix[4]arene ethyl ester
Pages 295-299
I.A. Marques de Oliveira, D. Risco, F. Vocanson, E. Crespo, F. Teixidor, N. Zine, J. Bausells, J. Samitier and A. Errachid
47. Flow injection potentiometry by a novel coated graphite electrode based on 5-(9-anthracenylmethyl)-5-aza-2,8-dithia[9],(2,9)-1,10-phenanthrolinophane for the selective determination of uranyl ions
Pages 300-309
Mojtaba Shamsipur, Farhang Mizani, Kamal Alizadeh, Mir Fazlollah Mousavi, Vito Lippolis, Alessandra Garau and Claudia Caltagirone
48. Miniaturized structures for removal or selection of particles from liquid flow
Pages 310-319
L.C. Santos, F.P. Beraldo, E.W. Simões, A.T. Carvalho and M.L.P. da Silva
49. Surface modification of thin polyion complex film for surface plasmon resonance immunosensor
Pages 320-325
Ryoji Kurita, Yoshiki Hirata, Soichi Yabuki, Yoshimi Yokota, Dai Kato, Yukari Sato, Fumio Mizutani and Osamu Niwa
50. Mixed potential gas sensor with short response time
Pages 326-329
J. Zosel, D. Tuchtenhagen, K. Ahlborn and U. Guth
51. Development of sensor surface with recognition of molecular substructure
Pages 330-337
Kumi Masunaga, Shintaro Michiwaki, Ryosuke Izumi, Patrik Ivarsson, Fredrik Björefors, Ingmer Lundström, Kenshi Hayashi and Kiyoshi Toko
52. A new approach for quantitative determination of glucose by using CdSe/ZnS quantum dots
Pages 338-342
Chin-Ping Huang, Shu-Wei Liu, Teng-Ming Chen and Yaw-Kuen Li
53. A study of partially irreversible characteristics in a TTF–TCNQ gas sensing system
Pages 343-350
Jung-Yu Liao and Kuo-Chuan Ho
54. Qualitative and quantitative characterization of living bacteria by dynamic response parameters of gas sensor array
Pages 351-358
A. Šetkus, Ž. Kancleris, A. Olekas, R. Rimdeika, D. Senulienė and V. Strazdienė
55. Differential type solid-state urea biosensors based on ion-selective electrodes
Pages 359-366
Nien Hsuan Chou, Jung Chuan Chou, Tai Ping Sun and Shen Kan Hsiung
56. Ozone detection in the ppb-range with improved stability and reduced cross sensitivity
Pages 367-373
Markus Lösch, Marc Baumbach and Andreas Schütze
57. A single layer nitrocellulose substrate for fabricating protein chips
Pages 374-378
Li-Te Yin, Chih-Yu Hu and Cheng-Hao Chang
58. Fabrication of glucose-sensitive TiO2 ultrathin films by molecular imprinting and selective detection of monosaccharides
Pages 379-385
Do-Hyeon Yang, Naoki Takahara, Seung-Woo Lee and Toyoki Kunitake
59. Odor sensing system using ball SAW devices
Pages 386-390
T. Nakamoto, K. Aoki, T. Ogi, S. Akao and N. Nakaso
60. Optical sensing of NO2 in tin oxide nanowires at sub-ppm level
Pages 391-395
A. Setaro, A. Bismuto, S. Lettieri, P. Maddalena, E. Comini, S. Bianchi, C. Baratto and G. Sberveglieri
61. Marine diatoms as optical chemical sensors: A time-resolved study
Pages 396-399
A. Bismuto, A. Setaro, P. Maddalena, L. De Stefano and M. De Stefano
62. Micro gap effect on dilute H2S sensing properties of SnO2 thin film microsensors
Pages 400-404
Jun Tamaki, Yoshinori Nakataya and Satoshi Konishi
63. Hybrid titania–zincphthalocyanine nanostructured multilayers with novel gas sensing properties
Pages 405-410
F. Siviero, N. Coppedè, A.M. Taurino, T. Toccoli, P. Siciliano and S. Iannotta
64. Potentials and limitations of a porphyrin-based AT-cut resonator for sensing applications
Pages 411-417
A. Macagnano, E. Sgreccia, E. Zampetti, S. Pantalei, C. Di Natale, R. Paolesse and A. D’Amico
65. Multimode optoelectrochemical detection of cysteine based on an electrochromic Prussian blue electrode
Pages 418-424
Lin-Chi Chen and Kuo-Chuan Ho
66. Sensor and method for determining the ammonia loading of a zeolite SCR catalyst
Pages 425-429
D.J. Kubinski and J.H. Visser
67. Integration of MOX gas sensors on polyimide hotplates
Pages 430-435
D. Briand, S. Colin, J. Courbat, S. Raible, J. Kappler and N.F. de Rooij
68. Critical points in the fabrication of microfluidic devices on glass substrates
Pages 436-448
Mario Castaño-Álvarez, Diego F. Pozo Ayuso, Miguel García Granda, M. Teresa Fernández-Abedul, Jose Rodríguez García and Agustín Costa-García
69. Flame-made Nb- and Cu-doped TiO2 sensors for CO and ethanol
Pages 449-457
Alexandra Teleki, Nada Bjelobrk and Sotiris E. Pratsinis
70. Olfactory systems for medical applications
Pages 458-465
A. D’Amico, C. Di Natale, R. Paolesse, A. Macagnano, E. Martinelli, G. Pennazza, M. Santonico, M. Bernabei, C. Roscioni, G. Galluccio, R. Bono, E. Finazzi Agrò and S. Rullo
71. Evaluation of response characteristics of resistive oxygen sensors using Ce0.9Zr0.1O2 thick film by pressure modulation method
Pages 466-469
Noriya Izu, Toshio Itoh, Woosuck Shin, Ichiro Matsubara and Norimitsu Murayama
72. Selectivity enhancement of p-type semiconducting hydrocarbon sensors—The use of sol-precipitated nano-powders
Pages 470-476
K. Sahner, D. Schönauer, M. Matam, M. Post and R. Moos
73. An optical sensor for pH supported onto tentagel resin beads
Pages 477-482
Laura Brigo, Tommaso Carofiglio, Carlo Fregonese, Filippo Meneguzzi, Giampaolo Mistura, Marco Natali and Umberto Tonellato
74. Chemical synthesis of In2O3 nanocrystals and their application in highly performing ozone-sensing devices
Pages 483-487
Mauro Epifani, Elisabetta Comini, Jordi Arbiol, Raül Díaz, Nicolas Sergent, Thierry Pagnier, Pietro Siciliano, Guido Faglia and Joan R. Morante
75. Gas sensor applications of oxygen-ionic electrolytes: Development of their electron model
Pages 488-496
Serge Zhuiykov
76. Sensing of volatile alkanes by metal-oxide semiconductors
Pages 497-501
M.C. Carotta, V. Guidi, G. Martinelli, M. Nagliati, D. Puzzovio and D. Vecchi
77. Interdependence of ammonia and water sorption in polyacrylic acid layers
Pages 502-507
M. Sahm, A. Oprea, N. Bârsan and U. Weimar
78. Uric acid determination in a miniaturized flow system with dual optical detection
Pages 508-513
Ilona Grabowska, Michal Chudy, Artur Dybko and Zbigniew Brzozka
79. High temperature detection of CO/HCs gases by non-Nernstian planar sensors using Nb2O5 electrode
Pages 514-519
Laure Chevallier, Elisabetta Di Bartolomeo, Maria Luisa Grilli and Enrico Traversa
80. Determination of HIgG and anti-HIgG using a single potentiometric immunosensor and two different “competitive methods”: Application to the analysis of globulin G in human serum
Pages 520-530
L. Campanella, E. Martini and M. Tomassetti
81. Surface plasmon resonance optical gas sensing of nanostructured ZnO films
Pages 531-537
C. de Julián Fernández, M.G. Manera, G. Pellegrini, M. Bersani, G. Mattei, R. Rella, L. Vasanelli and P. Mazzoldi
82. Use of boron heavily doped silicon slabs for gas sensors based on free-standing membranes
Pages 538-545
L. Fonseca, J. Santander, R. Rubio, N. Sabaté, E. Figueras, M. Duch, I. Gràcia and C. Cané
83. Potentiometric hydrocarbon gas sensing characteristics of sodium ion conducting zeolite ZSM-5
Pages 546-550
Andreas Dubbe and Ralf Moos
84. Determination of sulphate in water by flow-injection analysis with electrode-separated piezoelectric quartz crystal sensor
Pages 551-560
Y.S. Fung, C.C.W. Wong, J.T.S. Choy and K.L. Sze
85. Development and characterisation of a screen-printed mixed potential gas sensor
Pages 561-566
A. Morata, J.P. Viricelle, A. Tarancón, G. Dezanneau, C. Pijolat, F. Peiro and J.R. Morante
86. Inverse opal gas sensors: Zn(II)-doped tin dioxide systems for low temperature detection of pollutant gases
Pages 567-573
Alessandra Sutti, Camilla Baratto, Gianluca Calestani, Chiara Dionigi, Matteo Ferroni, Guido Faglia and Giorgio Sberveglieri

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