ISSN: 0925-4005  Vol./Iss.: 140, 2



Date: 16 July 2009


1. Editorial Board
Page CO2
Letter to the Editor
2. Equivalence between thermal and room temperature UV light-modulated responses of gas sensors based on individual SnO2 nanowires
Pages 337-341
J.D. Prades, R. Jimenez-Diaz, F. Hernandez-Ramirez, S. Barth, A. Cirera, A. Romano-Rodriguez, S. Mathur, J.R. Morante
General Section
3. Characterization of a multi-chip microelectrofluidic bench for modular fluidic and electric interconnections
Pages 342-348
Sunghwan Chang, Sang Do Suk, Young-Ho Cho
4. SU-8 microstructure for quasi-three-dimensional cell-based biosensing
Pages 349-355
Lina Wang, Ze-Zhi Wu, Bingqian Xu, Yiping Zhao, William S. Kisaalita
5. Micro-machined WO3-based sensors with improved characteristics
Pages 356-362
V. Khatko, S. Vallejos, J. Calderer, I. Gracia, C. Cané, E. Llobet, X. Correig
6. Ionic liquid thin layer EQCM explosives sensor
Pages 363-370
Lei Yu, Yue Huang, Xiaoxia Jin, Andrew J. Mason, Xiangqun Zeng
7. Novel tunable laser sources with 1.5-μm and 1.57-μm cascaded DFB reflectors for in situ gas monitoring applications
Pages 371-377
Chiu-Lin Yao, San-Liang Lee, Yung-Jr Hung, Yen-Ting Pan, Jing-Lyang Jeng, Hsiu-Che Wang
8. Quality grade identification of green tea using the eigenvalues of PCA based on the E-nose signals
Pages 378-382
Huichun Yu, Jun Wang, Hong Xiao, Miao Liu
9. Fast response chlorine gas sensor based on mesoporous SnO2
Pages 383-389
Ding Wang, Ping Hu, Jiaqiang Xu, Xiaowen Dong, Qingyi Pan
10. Wireless sensor network based wearable smart shirt for ubiquitous health and activity monitoring
Pages 390-395
Young-Dong Lee, Wan-Young Chung
11. Novel capacitive sensor: Fabrication from carbon nanotube arrays and sensing property characterization
Pages 396-401
Yan Chen, Fanli Meng, Minqiang Li, Jinhuai Liu
12. Using a PEDOT:PSS modified electrode for detecting nitric oxide gas
Pages 402-406
Chia-Yu Lin, Jian-Ging Chen, Chih-Wei Hu, James J. Tunney, Kuo-Chuan Ho
13. Development of an ozone gas sensor using single-walled carbon nanotubes
Pages 407-411
Youngmin Park, Ki-Young Dong, Jinwoo Lee, Jinnil Choi, Gwi-Nam Bae, Byeong-Kwon Ju
14. Necked ZnO nanoparticle-based NO2 sensors with high and fast response
Pages 412-417
Jin Hyung Jun, Junggwon Yun, Kyoungah Cho, In-Sung Hwang, Jong-Heun Lee, Sangsig Kim
15. A high throughput optical system for imaging optodes
Pages 418-425
Niklas Strömberg, Johan Engelbrektsson, Sofia Delin
16. Ultrahigh ethanol response of SnO2 nanorods at low working temperature arising from La2O3 loading
Pages 426-431
Songlin Shi, Yonggang Liu, Yujin Chen, Jingyuan Zhang, Yanguo Wang, Taihong Wang
17. A model of the behavior of the limiting current oxygen sensors
Pages 432-438
Carlos López-Gándara, Francisco M. Ramos, Albert Cirera, Albert Cornet
18. Polypyrrole functionalized with FePcTSA for NO2 sensor application
Pages 439-444
Santhosh Paul, Michael Joseph
19. An organic field effect transistor as a selective NOx sensor operated at room temperature
Pages 445-450
F. Marinelli, A. Dell’Aquila, L. Torsi, J. Tey, G.P. Suranna, P. Mastrorilli, G. Romanazzi, C.F. Nobile, S.G. Mhaisalkar, N. Cioffi, F. Palmisano
20. Vapour sensing with conductive polymer nanocomposites (CPC): Polycarbonate-carbon nanotubes transducers with hierarchical structure processed by spray layer by layer
Pages 451-460
Jianbo Lu, Bijandra Kumar, Mickaël Castro, Jean-François Feller
21. Luminescence response of ZnO nanowires to gas adsorption
Pages 461-466
C. Baratto, S. Todros, G. Faglia, E. Comini, G. Sberveglieri, S. Lettieri, L. Santamaria, P. Maddalena
22. Selective colorimetric sensing for F by a cleft-shaped anion receptor containing amide and hydroxyl as recognition units
Pages 467-472
Xiaoping Bao, Jinhua Yu, Yuhui Zhou
23. Microfluidic reactor array device for massively parallel in situ synthesis of oligonucleotides
Pages 473-481
Onnop Srivannavit, Mayurachat Gulari, Zhishan Hua, Xiaolian Gao, Xiaochuan Zhou, Ailing Hong, Tiecheng Zhou, Erdogan Gulari
24. A technique for monitoring SO2 in combustion exhausts: Use of a non-Nernstian sensing element in combination with an upstream catalytic filter
Pages 482-489
David L. West, Fred C. Montgomery, Timothy R. Armstrong
25. Selective detection of sulfur derivatives using microfabricated tuning fork-based sensors
Pages 490-499
Anant Rai, Francis Tsow, Sanam Nassirpour, Jeffrey Bankers, Martina Spinatsch, M. Pete He, Erica S. Forzani, N.J. Tao
26. Thin film polypyrrole/SWCNTs nanocomposites-based NH3 sensor operated at room temperature
Pages 500-507
Nguyen Van Hieu, Nguyen Quoc Dung, Phuong Dinh Tam, Tran Trung, Nguyen Duc Chien
27. A sensor array based on mass and capacitance transducers for the detection of adulterated gasolines
Pages 508-513
N.K.L. Wiziack, A. Catini, M. Santonico, A. D’Amico, R. Paolesse, L.G. Paterno, F.J. Fonseca, C. Di Natale
28. Facile synthesis and NO2 gas sensing of tungsten oxide nanorods assembled microspheres
Pages 514-519
Zhifu Liu, Masashio Miyauchi, Toshinari Yamazaki, Yanbai Shen
29. Au nanoparticles-functionalized two-dimensional patterned conducting PANI nanobowl monolayer for gas sensor
Pages 520-524
Shan Jiang, Jingyu Chen, Jun Tang, E. Jin, Lirong Kong, Wanjin Zhang, Ce Wang
30. Application of sulfuric acid doped poly (m-aminophenol) as aliphatic alcohol vapor sensor material
Pages 525-531
Pradip Kar, Narayan C. Pradhan, Basudam Adhikari
31. Fabrication and characterization of a miniaturized planar voltammetric sensor array for use in an electronic tongue
Pages 532-541
K. Twomey, E. Alvarez de Eulate, J. Alderman, D.W.M. Arrigan
32. Bending direction change of IPMC by the electrode modification
Pages 542-548
Hirohisa Tamagawa, Hiroaki Watanabe, Minoru Sasaki
33. Ethanol gas sensor based on Al-doped ZnO nanomaterial with many gas diffusing channels
Pages 549-556
Zunxian Yang, Yun Huang, Guonan Chen, Zaiping Guo, Shuying Cheng, Shizhen Huang
34. Detection of amines with chromium-doped WO3 mesoporous material
Pages 557-562
Cyrus Zamani, Olga Casals, Teresa Andreu, Joan Ramon Morante, Albert Romano-Rodriguez
35. Self-assembling of micro-patterned titanium oxide films for gas sensors
Pages 563-567
A. Serra, E. Filippo, A. Buccolieri, M. Di Giulio, D. Manno
36. Chemiluminescent optical fiber immunosensor detection of Brucella cells presenting smooth-A antigen
Pages 568-576
Yael Liebes, Robert S. Marks, Menachem Banai
37. Amperometric phenol biosensor based on polyaniline
Pages 577-584
Peng Wang, Min Liu, Jinqing Kan
38. Selective mixed potential ammonia exhaust gas sensor
Pages 585-590
Daniela Schönauer, Kerstin Wiesner, Maximilian Fleischer, Ralf Moos
39. Synthesis of ruthenium purple nanowire array for construction of sensitive and selective biosensors for glucose detection
Pages 591-596
Bao-Zhu Chi, Qiong Zeng, Jian-Hui Jiang, Guo-Li Shen, Ru-Qin Yu
40. Thermodynamic analysis of the interaction between 3-aminophenylboronic acid and monosaccharides for development of biosensor
Pages 597-602
Özlem Torun, Fahriye Ceyda Dudak, Deniz Baş, Uğur Tamer, İsmail Hakkı Boyacı
41. A MEMS affinity glucose sensor using a biocompatible glucose-responsive polymer
Pages 603-609
Xian Huang, Siqi Li, Jerome S. Schultz, Qian Wang, Qiao Lin
42. Response time of nanostructured relative humidity sensors
Pages 610-615
J.J. Steele, M.T. Taschuk, M.J. Brett
43. Love wave immunosensor for antibody recognition using an innovative semicarbazide surface functionalization
Pages 616-622
Laurent Fertier, Marc Cretin, Marc Rolland, Jean-Olivier Durand, Laurence Raehm, Rémi Desmet, Oleg Melnyk, Céline Zimmermann, Corinne Déjous, Dominique Rebière
44. Nanoplates of α-SnWO4 and SnW3O9 prepared via a facile hydrothermal method and their gas-sensing property
Pages 623-628
Hui Dong, Zhaohui Li, Zhengxin Ding, Haibo Pan, Xuxu Wang, Xianzhi Fu
MicroTAS Section
45. A novel microreactor with 3D rotating flow to boost fluid reaction and mixing of viscous fluids
Pages 629-642
Wei-Feng Fang, Jing-Tang Yang
46. Thin-film organic photodiodes for integrated on-chip chemiluminescence detection – application to antioxidant capacity screening
Pages 643-648
Xuhua Wang, Maliwan Amatatongchai, Duangjai Nacapricha, Oliver Hofmann, John C. de Mello, Donal D.C. Bradley, Andrew J. de Mello
47. Biochip with integrated pumps for plug-based sequential exchange of solutions
Pages 649-655
Yoshifumi Shimizu, Atsushi Takashima, Wataru Satoh, Fumihiro Sassa, Junji Fukuda, Hiroaki Suzuki
48. Modulating passive micromixing in 2-D microfluidic devices via discontinuities in surface energy
Pages 656-662
Michael J. Swickrath, Steven D. Burns, Gary E. Wnek
49. A sensitive and selective sensor for dopamine determination based on a molecularly imprinted electropolymer of o-aminophenol
Pages 663-669
Jianping Li, Jun Zhao, Xiaoping Wei





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