Chemical Sensor Technology, Vol. 2

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シリーズ:
英文書シリーズ

Chemical Sensor Technology, Vol. 2

発行
1989
サイズ
B5変型
ページ数
304
ISBN
978-4-06-204558-2
本体
11,650円(税別)
在庫
在庫無し

内容紹介

<英文書>
ガスセンサ、バイオセンサ、イオンセンサなど化学センサの基礎、実用化、応用に関する最新の先導的研究を集録。国際的に精選された第一線の研究者が、新技術の展開のみならず研究思想や方法論にも言及。信頼性の高い情報を提供する最新のシリーズ第2巻。海外提携先:Elsevier B.V.

目次

Palladium Gate Hydrogen Sensors

1. Introduction
2. Devices
3. Summary of Experimental Results for Hydrogen
4. Model for the Hydrogen Sensitivity
5. Other Hydrogen-Containing Gases
6. Detection of Oxygen
7. Other Gate Metals
8. Concluding Remarks

Properties of Pd-Gate Heterostructure Diodes for Hydrogen Detection

1. Introduction
2. Device Configurations and Detection Mechanisms
3. I-V Characteristics of Pd-Gate MS, MIS, and MIM Heterostructure Diodes
4. Kinetic Response
5. Sensitivity
6. Effect of Temperature
7. Effect of Other Gases in the Ambient on Hydrogen Detection
8. Operating Bias Dependence of the Sensitivity
9. Summary

Fabrication of Integrated Thin Film Semiconductor Gas Sensors

1. Introduction
2. The Thin Sensitive Film
3. The Silicon Gas Sensor Structure
4. Experimental Results

Ozone Detection by In2O3 Thin Film Gas Sensor

1. Introduction
2. Semiconductor O3 Gas Sensor
3. In2O3 Thin Film Type O3 Gas Sensor
4. Summary

Stability of the Sensitivity of SnO2-Based Elements in the Field

1. Introduction
2. Principle and Structure of the Gas Leakage Detector
3. Working Conditions of SnO2 Sensor in the Field
4. "Hypersensitivity"
5. Cause of "Hypersensitivity"
6. Conclusions

Air/Fuel Ratio Sensors Using Perovskite-type Oxides

1. Introduction
2. General Principle
3. Stoichiometric A/F Sensor
4. Lean-burn Oxygen Sensor
5. Summary

Electropolymerized Films as Chemical Sensor Materials

1. Introduction
2. Electrochemical Polymerization
3. Permselectivity
4. Ion-Exchange Properties
5. Electron Mediation and Electrocatalysis
6. Ion-Selective Electrodes
7. Glucose Sensor
8. Gate Film of FETs
9. Usage of Doping and Undoping
10. Future Prospects

Design of Polymer Electrolytes-Based Humidity Sensors

1. Introduction
2. Sensors Utilizing Homopolymers
3. Sensors Utilizing Random Copolymers
4. Sensors Utilizing Crosslinked Polymers
5. Sensors Utilizing Graft Copolymers
6. Mechanism of Electrical Conduction in the Humidity Sensor Based on Polymer Electrolytes
7. Conclusion

Humidity Sensor Using TiO2-SnO2 Ceramics

1. Introduction
2. Ceramic Humidity Sensors
3. Thick Film Type TiO2-SnO2 Ceramic Humidity Sensor
4. Disk Type TiO2-SnO2 Ceramic Humidity Sensor
5. Some Remarks on TiO2-SnO2 Ceramic Humidity Sensors
6. Conclusions

Electrode Reactions in Potentiometric Gas Sensor

1. Introduction
2. Wagner's Description and Bulk Reactivity
3. Surface Reactivity
4. Descriptions Based on Conventional Electrochemistry
5. Catalytic Electrodes

Development of ISFET Using Glassy Solid Electrolytes

1. Introduction
2. Experimental
3. Results and Discussion
4. Conclusion

Integrated Multibiosensors Fabricated on SOS Chip

1. Introduction
2. ISFET Biosensor
3. Integrated Multibiosensor
4. Integrating Other Sensors on the SOS Chip
5. Application
6. Conclusion

Enzyme Embodies Electrode――A New Amperometric Biosensing Device

1. Introduction
2. Fabrication Technique of EEE
3. Batch Mode Operation of EEE Sensor
4. Flow Injection Analysis Mode Operation of EEE Sensor
5. Pulse Voltammetric Mode Operation EEE Sensor
6. Concluding Remarks

Optical Immunosensors

1. Introduction
2. Luminescent Immunosensors
3. Electrochemical Luminescence-Based Immunosensor for Homogeneous Immunoassay

The Molecular Recognitive Component of Chemical Sensor Selectivity

1. Introduction
2. The Conventional Approach to the Recognition Process
3. Information Theory and Recognition by Chemical and Biosensors
4. Bimolecular Interactions Studied by Molecular Graphics
5. Experimental Studies in Molecular Recognition

Use of Bacterial Magnetite for Biosensing

1. Introduction
2. Characterization of Bacterial Magnetite
3. Glucose Sensing by Glucose Oxidase Immobilized on Bacterial Magnetites
4. Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC) Sensing by Antibody Immobilized on Bacterial Magnetites
5. Mouse IgG Sensing by FITC-Conjugated Anti-Mouse IgG Immobilized on Bacterial Magnetites
6. Conclusion

Biosensing Using Calorimetric Devices

1. Introduction
2. Fundamentals of Calorimetric Biosensors
3. New Trends in Enzyme Thermistors
4. Concluding Remarks