Publication detail

PORTABLE DEVICE FOR PESTICIDE TOXICITY ANALYSIS FOR MEASUREMENT IN FIELD CONDITIONS

HÁZE, J., SKOČDOPOLE, M., FUJCIK, L., VRBA, R.

Original Title

PORTABLE DEVICE FOR PESTICIDE TOXICITY ANALYSIS FOR MEASUREMENT IN FIELD CONDITIONS

English Title

PORTABLE DEVICE FOR PESTICIDE TOXICITY ANALYSIS FOR MEASUREMENT IN FIELD CONDITIONS

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The new portable microfluidic device for field measurement is presented. It consists of two loop pumps. The first loop asssures the mixing of solution. The 95 % of solution circulates through the first loop. The second loop consists of capillary which creates the hydrodynamic resistance and the chamber with biosensor. The Artificial Synapsis (AS) [1] is integrated in the chamber, which detects the integral organophosphorous pesticide toxicity. The 5% of solution circulates through AS. Both parts are integrated in a compact device with size of 200 x 100 x 100 mm. The signal from biosensor is evaluated by Bioanalyzer electronic unit. It is destinated for detection of traces of pesticides in washout from leaves for direct measurment in rivers, ponds, vaste waters and drinking water sources. The electronic unit contains the unique software for data aquisition and biosensor signal analysis. The whole device consists of two basic units and several accessories. The article describes structure and function of this device.

English abstract

The new portable microfluidic device for field measurement is presented. It consists of two loop pumps. The first loop asssures the mixing of solution. The 95 % of solution circulates through the first loop. The second loop consists of capillary which creates the hydrodynamic resistance and the chamber with biosensor. The Artificial Synapsis (AS) [1] is integrated in the chamber, which detects the integral organophosphorous pesticide toxicity. The 5% of solution circulates through AS. Both parts are integrated in a compact device with size of 200 x 100 x 100 mm. The signal from biosensor is evaluated by Bioanalyzer electronic unit. It is destinated for detection of traces of pesticides in washout from leaves for direct measurment in rivers, ponds, vaste waters and drinking water sources. The electronic unit contains the unique software for data aquisition and biosensor signal analysis. The whole device consists of two basic units and several accessories. The article describes structure and function of this device.

RIV year

2003

Released

01.01.2003

Location

Dubrovnik, Chorvatsko

ISBN

953-7124-00-2

Book

XVII IMEKO WORLD CONGRESS - Metrology in the 3rd Millennium - Proceedings

Edition number

1

Pages from

2153

Pages to

2155

Pages count

3

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT7414,
  author="Jiří {Háze} and Michal {Skočdopole} and Lukáš {Fujcik} and Radimír {Vrba}",
  title="PORTABLE DEVICE FOR PESTICIDE TOXICITY ANALYSIS FOR MEASUREMENT IN FIELD CONDITIONS",
  annote="The new portable microfluidic device for field measurement is presented. It consists of two loop pumps. The first loop asssures the mixing of solution. The 95 % of solution circulates through the first loop. The second loop consists of capillary which creates the hydrodynamic resistance and the chamber with biosensor. The Artificial Synapsis (AS) [1] is integrated in the chamber, which detects the integral organophosphorous pesticide toxicity. The 5% of solution circulates through AS. Both parts are integrated in a compact device with size of 200 x 100 x 100 mm. 
The signal from biosensor is evaluated by Bioanalyzer electronic unit. It is destinated for detection of traces of pesticides in washout from leaves for direct measurment in rivers, ponds, vaste waters and drinking water sources. The electronic unit contains the unique software for data aquisition and biosensor signal analysis. The whole device consists of two basic units and several accessories. The article describes structure and function of this device.",
  booktitle="XVII IMEKO WORLD CONGRESS - Metrology in the 3rd Millennium - Proceedings",
  chapter="7414",
  year="2003",
  month="january",
  pages="2153",
  type="conference paper"
}