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Handbook of Laboratory Measurements

 

 

Vol. 191, Issue 8, August 2015

 

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Micro, Nano, Bio-Fluidics and Photonic Devices: Modeling, Simulation and Manufacturing 

 

 

RESEARCH ARTICLES

 

1) Cyclonic Capacitive Sensor for Multiphase Composition Measurement

    Javier Ortiz, Vlastimil Masek, pp.1-11

    [Abstract and Full Page Article Download]

 

2) Optimization Techniques for Miniaturized Integrated Electrochemical Sensors

    Muhammad Mujeeb-U-Rahman, Axel Scherer, pp.12-20

    [Abstract and Full Page Article Download]

 

3) Optical and Electrical Properties of Copper Oxide Thin Films Synthesized by Spray Pyrolysis Technique

    S. S. Roy, A. H Bhuiyan, J. Podder, pp.21-27

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4) Resource-Aware Dynamic Clustering Utilizing State Estimation in Visual Sensor Networks

    Melanie Schranz and Bernhard Rinner, pp.28-39

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5) Spontaneous Capillary Flow: Should a Dynamic Contact Angle be Taken into Account ?

    Jean Berthier, David Gosselin, Guillaume Delapierre, pp.40-45

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6) Conductivity of Pedot-Pss with Gold and Silver Nanocomposites Modified Gold Electrodes for Ganoderma boninense DNA Detection

    Sabo Wada Dutse, Nor Azah Yusof, Haslina Ahmad, pp.46-51

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7) A Method for the Determination of Bi-substrate Kinetic Coefficients: the Example of the b-D-glucose- NAD-GDH Enzymatic Reaction

    Jean Berthier, Myriam Cubizolles, Patricia Laurent, Vincent Poher, Patrick Pouteau, Marie-Line Cosnier, pp.52-56

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8) CeB6 Sensor for Thermoelectric Single-Photon Detector

    Armen Kuzanian, Vahan Nikoghosyan, Astghik Kuzanyan, pp.57-62

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9) Towards Reproducible Ring Resonator Based Temperature Sensors

    Nikolai Klimov, Michaela Berger, Zeeshan Ahmed, pp.63-66

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10) On-Chip Integrated Silicon Photonic Thermometers

     Nikolai N. Klimov, Thomas Purdy, Zeeshan Ahmed, pp.67-71

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11) Conformable Skin-Like Conductive Thin Films with AgNWs Strips for Flexible Electronic Devices

     Yuhang Sun, Debao Zhou, Jing Bai, Eliah Hauser, Shufang Wang, Baoguo Han, Zhaomiao Liu, pp.72-77

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12) Using Multipiezoprofilometers to Improve the Quality of Work Surfaces Elements of Modern Machines and Other Industrial Wares

     Yuri Vorobyov, Volodymyr Logvin, pp.78-83

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13) Early Forming a Hummingbird-like Hovering Neural Network Circuitry Pattern with Reentrant Spatiotemporal Energy-Sensory Orientation Privileged
      to Avoid “Epilepsy” Based on a Biomimetic Acetylcholinesterase Memcapacitor Prosthesis

      Ellen T. Chen, John T. Thornton and Charlie Mulchi, Jr., pp.84-99

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14) In Vitro Restoration of an Amyloid-Beta Altered Network Circuitry in a 'Mutated Biomimetic Acetylcholinesterase'
     Memristor/Memcapacitor Neural Prosthesis

     John Thornton, Charlie Mulchi Jr., Peter T. Kissinger, Ellen T. Chen, pp.100-113

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15) An Ultra-Sensitive Sol-Gel Biocomposite Electrode Sensor for Cyanide Detection

     Solomon W. Leung, Maedeh Mozneb, James C. K. Lai, pp.114-119

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16) Self-Sustaining Weather Sensor Networks for Microgrid Stabilization

     Conrad Chong, Zachary Dorman, Kenny Luong, Christie Obatake, Andy Pham, Ryan Walser, Anthony Kuh, pp.120-125

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17) Temperature Effect on Capacitive Humidity Sensors and its Compensation Using Artificial Neural Networks

     Tarikul Islam, Zaheer Uddin, Amit Gangopadhyay, pp.126-134

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18) Multi Channel Sensor Linearization in Field Programmable Gate Array for Real Time Applications

     Durlav Sonowal, Manabendra Bhuyan, pp.135-151

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