The first to provide systematically organized information on all three important aspects of artificial receptor design, this book brings together knowledge on an exceptionally hot and multidisciplinary field of research. Strong emphasis is placed on the methodology for discovering artificial receptors, with both definitions for chemosensitivity as well as experimental setups supplied. There follows coverage of numerous classes of artificial receptors, including synthesis, immobilization on surfaces, and quantitative data on properties. The third part of the book focuses on receptor arrays for artificial nose and tongue applications and the whole is rounded off with an outlook and an appendix with all relevant quantitative data on artificial receptors.Cohan, P.E. (2002) Combinatorial materials science applied - mini case studies, lessons and strategies, in 2002 COMBI - The 4th Annual ... Potyrailo, R.A., Szumlas, A.W., Danielson, T.L., Johnson, M., andHieftje, G.M. (2005) Meas. Sci.
|Title||:||Artificial Receptors for Chemical Sensors|
|Author||:||Vladimir M. Mirsky, Anatoly Yatsimirsky|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2010-12-20|