Published April 2002
by Elsevier Science .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||618|
Optical Biosensors, Second Edition describes the principles of successful systems, examples of applications, and evaluates the advantages and deficiencies of each. It also addresses future developments on two levels: possible improvements in existing systems and emerging technologies that could provide new capabilities in the : Optical Biosensors, Second Edition describes the principles of successful systems, examples of applications Optical Biosensors: Today and Tomorrow: Frances S. Ligler, Chris Rowe Taitt: : Books. Optical Biosensors, Second Edition describes the principles of successful systems, examples of applications, and evaluates the advantages and deficiencies of each. It also addresses future . Commencing by defining a set of standards for benchmarking sensors to enable better comparison, this book then proceeds to provide a review of the physics and workings of several optical and super optical biosensors, and introduces two more super optical biosensors, including the most sensitive super optical biosensor 'RMEPA', an abbreviation of three optical technique names: resonant.
This book introduces readers to the development of novel optical biosensors for environmental analysis. Environmental pollution has now become a serious problem, which threatens the health of human beings. Traditional analytical methods have a number of drawbacks, such as the need for professional operators and complicated : Springer Singapore. An additional merit of optical biosensors is that these biosensors usually do not require reference sensors, as the comparative signal can be produced by means of the same source of light as the sampling sensor. Certain important optical biosensors are discussed below. Chapter 9 on biosensors describes the basic optical principles and the various techniques utilized in biosensing. Biosensors are of especially great interest right now. They are important in combating the constant health danger posed by new strands of microbial organisms and spread of infectious diseases, by characterizing them rapidly. Chemical Sensors and Biosensors: Fundamentals and Applications. electrochemical, optical, mechanical and acoustic wave-based) Auxiliary materials used e.g. synthetic and natural polymers, inorganic materials, semiconductors, carbon and metallic materials “Summary In conclusion it can be stated that this book is very suitable for.
Optical Biosensors Based on Photonic Crystals Supporting Bound States in the Continuum. Materials , 11 (4), DOI: /ma Lidia Gómez-Arribas, Elena Benito-Peña, María Hurtado-Sánchez, María Moreno-Bondi. This is the first book that is being published in a series on topics related to chemical sensors and biosensors by Springer-Verlag. The selection of topics and contributing authors for this first book on Optical Sensors have stemmed out of some of the excellent contributions made at the scientific sessions of the Europt(r)ode VI Conference that. Optical biosensors represent the most common type of biosensor. Here we provide a brief classification, a description of underlying principles of operation and their bioanalytical applications. Publisher Summary Optrode-based fiber optic biosensors are analytical devices incorporating optical fibers and biological recognition molecules. Optical fibers are small and flexible “wires” made up of glass or plastic that can transmit light signals, which are generated by a sensing layer that is usually composed of biorecognition molecules.