ISSN: 0925-4005  Vol./Iss.: 136, 2



Date: 2 March 2009


1. Editorial Board
Page CO2
Letter to the Editor
2. The photothermal transparent transducer method applied to the spectroscopy of liquids
Pages 287-289
M.H. de Paula, G.M. Lemos, M.S. do Amaral, J.R. Nunes, A. Lourenço, A.A. de Carvalho, C. Kitano, J.G. da Silva, W.K. Sakamoto, O.S. Siqueira, G.A.B. Mello, J.O.P. Pinto, L. Galotto Jr, M.T.L.P. Peres
General Section
3. Growth, characterization and sensing capabilities of 5,10,15,20-meso-tetraphenyl iron (III) porphyrin chloride films obtained by means of a novel plasma-based deposition technique
Pages 290-296
M. Tonezzer, G. Maggioni, A. Quaranta, S. Carturan, G. Della Mea
4. Synthesis and photophysical characterization of a Schiff base as anion sensor
Pages 297-302
Yousef M. Hijji, Belygona Barare, Alvin P. Kennedy, Raymond Butcher
5. Real time infrared gas detection based on a modified EMD algorithm
Pages 303-309
Qiong Xie, Jianping Li, Xiaoguang Gao, Jian Jia
6. Determination of glucose using bienzyme layered assembly magnetoelastic sensing device
Pages 310-314
Pengfei Pang, Yanli Zhang, Shutian Ge, Qingyun Cai, Shouzhuo Yao, Craig A. Grimes
7. Selective acetylene detection through surface modification of metal–insulator–semiconductor sensors with alkanethiolate monolayers
Pages 315-319
Steve T. Marshall, Daniel K. Schwartz, J. William Medlin
8. Simple and rapid preparation of vertically aligned gold nanoparticle arrays and fused nanorods in pores of alumina membrane based on positive dielectrophoresis
Pages 320-325
Hyun Jung Lee, Tomoyuki Yasukawa, Masato Suzuki, Sang Hyun Lee, Takafumi Yao, Yusuke Taki, Akira Tanaka, Masaomi Kameyama, Hitoshi Shiku, Tomokazu Matsue
9. A sensitive and selective bulk optode for determination of Hg(II) based on hexathiacyclooctadecane and chromoionophore V
Pages 326-331
Ali A. Ensafi, Masoud Fouladgar
10. Improved enzyme immobilization for enhanced bioelectrocatalytic activity of glucose sensor
Pages 332-337
Yi-Ting Wang, Lei Yu, Zi-Qiang Zhu, Jian Zhang, Jian-Zhong Zhu, Chun-hai Fan
11. SiO2 passivation effect on the hydrogen adsorption performance of a Pd/AlGaN-based Schottky diode
Pages 338-343
Tsung-Han Tsai, Huey-Ing Chen, Kun-Wei Lin, Yaw-Wen Kuo, Chung-Fu Chang, Ching-Wen Hung, Li-Yang Chen, Tzu-Pin Chen, Yi-Chun Liu, Wen-Chau Liu
12. Nanocrystalline SnO2-based, UVB-activated, colourimetric oxygen indicator
Pages 344-349
Andrew Mills, David Hazafy
13. Multiplexed electrical sensor arrays in microfluidic networks
Pages 350-358
Matthew C. Cole, Paul J.A. Kenis
14. Principles of hydrocarbon detection in ultra high vacuum: Optimizing sensitivity and selectivity towards harmful species
Pages 359-363
Amy V. Stevens, Georgios Kyriakou, Robert B. Grant, Richard M. Lambert
15. Gas response, response time and selectivity of a resistive CO sensor based on two connected CeO2 thick films with various particle sizes
Pages 364-370
Noriya Izu, Sayaka Nishizaki, Toshio Itoh, Maiko Nishibori, Woosuck Shin, Ichiro Matsubara
16. Using ZnO nanorods to enhance sensitivity of liquid sensor
Pages 371-375
Walter Water, Shih-En Chen
17. Monitoring cleaning-in-place of shampoo films using nanovibration technology
Pages 376-382
A. Pereira, J. Mendes, L.F. Melo
18. Microsensor technology for measuring H+ flux in buffered media
Pages 383-387
D.M. Porterfield, E.S. McLamore, M.K. Banks
19. Hydrogen sensing performance of electrodeposited conoidal palladium nanowire and nanotube arrays
Pages 388-391
Serhiy Cherevko, Nadiia Kulyk, Jie Fu, Chan-Hwa Chung
20. Humidity sensitive property of Li-doped 3D periodic mesoporous silica SBA-16
Pages 392-398
Jinchun Tu, Rui Wang, Wangchang Geng, Xiaoyong Lai, Tong Zhang, Nan Li, Nailin Yue, Xiaotian Li
21. Silicon-based micro-gas sensors for detecting formaldehyde
Pages 399-404
Jing Wang, Peng Zhang, Jin-Qing Qi, Peng-Jun Yao
22. Ethanol interference in light alkane sensing by metal-oxide solid solutions
Pages 405-409
M.C. Carotta, A. Cervi, A. Giberti, V. Guidi, C. Malagù, G. Martinelli, D. Puzzovio
23. Current-polarized ion-selective membranes: The influence of plasticizer and lipophilic background electrolyte on concentration profiles, resistance, and voltage transients
Pages 410-418
Justin M. Zook, Jan Langmaier, Ernő Lindner
24. Electrochemical behaviors of metol on hydrophilic ionic liquid 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium tetrafluoroborate-modified electrode
Pages 419-424
Wei Sun, Qiang Jiang, Yan Wang, Kui Jiao
25. The characterization of ordered thin films built of immobilized phenoloxidases
Pages 425-431
Joanna Cabaj, Jadwiga Sołoducho, Antoni Chyla, Jolanta Bryjak, Karolina Zynek
26. Amplified electrochemical DNA-sensing of nanostructured metal oxide films deposited on disposable graphite electrodes functionalized by chemical vapor deposition
Pages 432-437
Sanjay Mathur, Arzum Erdem, Christian Cavelius, Sven Barth, Jessica Altmayer
27. A nanofibrous hydrogel templated electrochemical actuator: From single mat to a rolled-up structure
Pages 438-443
Yahya A. Ismail, Min Kyoon Shin, Seon Jeong Kim
28. Self-assembled microstructure of carbon nanotubes for enzymeless glucose sensor
Pages 444-450
Xin Li, Qingyuan Zhu, Shengfu Tong, Wen Wang, Wenbo Song
29. Improved detection of Candida albicans with carbon nanotube field-effect transistors
Pages 451-457
Raquel A. Villamizar, Alicia Maroto, F. Xavier Rius
30. Hydrogen peroxide vapour indicator
Pages 458-463
Andrew Mills, Pauline Grosshans, Eilidh Snadden
31. Nano TiO2–Au–KI film sensor for the electrocatalytic oxidation of hydrogen peroxide
Pages 464-471
Soundappan Thiagarajan, Buo-Wei Su, Shen-Ming Chen
32. Probing DNA mechanical characteristics by dielectrophoresis
Pages 472-478
Hamid Dalir, Yasuko Yanagida, Takeshi Hatsuzawa
33. Ammonia sensor based on NASICON and Cr2O3 electrode
Pages 479-483
Xishuang Liang, Tiegang Zhong, Hesong Guan, Fengmin Liu, Geyu Lu, Baofu Quan
34. A new amperometric cholesterol biosensor based on poly(3,4-ethylenedioxypyrrole)
Pages 484-488
Özlem Türkarslan, Senem Kıralp Kayahan, Levent Toppare
35. Oxygen sensitivity of SrTiO3 thin film prepared using atomic layer deposition
Pages 489-493
Toru Hara, Takashi Ishiguro
36. Solvothermal synthesis and gas-sensing performance of Co3O4 hollow nanospheres
Pages 494-498
Jinsoo Park, Xiaoping Shen, Guoxiu Wang
37. Hierarchically porous ZnO with high sensitivity and selectivity to H2S derived from biotemplates
Pages 499-509
Zhaoting Liu, Tongxiang Fan, Di Zhang, Xiaolu Gong, Jiaqiang Xu
38. Sensitive and selective xanthine amperometric sensors based on calcium carbonate nanoparticles
Pages 510-515
Dan Shan, Yanna Wang, Huaiguo Xue, Serge Cosnier
39. Impedance study of the hybrid molecule alginate–pyrrole: Demonstration as host matrix for the construction of a highly sensitive amperometric glucose biosensor
Pages 516-522
Khalil Abu-Rabeah, Robert S. Marks
40. Solution-based synthesis of efficient WO3 sensing electrodes for high temperature potentiometric NOx sensors
Pages 523-529
Jiun-Chan Yang, Prabir K. Dutta
41. Thick-film solid electrolyte oxygen sensors using the direct ionic thermoelectric effect
Pages 530-535
U. Röder-Roith, F. Rettig, T. Röder, J. Janek, R. Moos, K. Sahner
42. DC and AC analysis of humidity sensitive properties based on K+ doped nanocrystalline LaCo0.3Fe0.7O3
Pages 536-540
Rui Wang, Yuan He, Tong Zhang, Zhuyi Wang, Xuejun Zheng, Ligang Niu, Fengqing Wu
43. Potentiometric flow-injection estimation of tea fermentation degree
Pages 541-545
Chi-Hua Nieh, Bo-Chuan Hsieh, Po-Chung Chen, Hsien-Yi Hsiao, Tzong-Jih Cheng, Richie L.C. Chen
44. Ethylene optical spectrometer for apple ripening monitoring in controlled atmosphere store-houses
Pages 546-554
J. Fonollosa, B. Halford, L. Fonseca, J. Santander, S. Udina, M. Moreno, J. Hildenbrand, J. Wöllenstein, S. Marco
MicroTAS Section
45. Development of a poly-dimethylsiloxane microfluidic device for single cell isolation and incubation
Pages 555-561
Yoshinori Yamaguchi, Takahiro Arakawa, Naoya Takeda, Yoshikuni Edagawa, Shuichi Shoji
46. Fast response fiber optic hydrogen sensor based on palladium and gold nano-layers
Pages 562-566
David Monzón-Hernández, Donato Luna-Moreno, Dalia Martínez-Escobar





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