Publication detail

Microfluidic electrochemical devices for pollution analysis – A review

KUDR, J. ZÍTKA, O. KLIMÁNEK, M. VRBA, R. ADAM, V.

Original Title

Microfluidic electrochemical devices for pollution analysis – A review

English Title

Microfluidic electrochemical devices for pollution analysis – A review

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

Pollution of environment represents serious issue, which deserves increased attention. Conventional laboratory techniques, which rely on bench-top devices, do not satisfy nowadays demands for in situ analysis. Progresses in microfabrication technologies enabled significant miniaturization of fluidic analytical devices and laid the foundations of microfluidics. This review focuses on electrochemical microfluidic analysers for environmental applications with emphasis on direct electrochemical detection without any separation step. Particularly, we paid the attention to advantages and disadvantages of the developed device and summarized their application for detection of pH, metals, nitrate and nitrite ions, phenols, pesticides and herbicides, and bacteria.

English abstract

Pollution of environment represents serious issue, which deserves increased attention. Conventional laboratory techniques, which rely on bench-top devices, do not satisfy nowadays demands for in situ analysis. Progresses in microfabrication technologies enabled significant miniaturization of fluidic analytical devices and laid the foundations of microfluidics. This review focuses on electrochemical microfluidic analysers for environmental applications with emphasis on direct electrochemical detection without any separation step. Particularly, we paid the attention to advantages and disadvantages of the developed device and summarized their application for detection of pH, metals, nitrate and nitrite ions, phenols, pesticides and herbicides, and bacteria.

Keywords

Automation; Chip; Electroanalysis; Electrophoresis; Heavy metals; Microelectrode

Released

12.07.2017

Pages from

578

Pages to

590

Pages count

13

BibTex


@article{BUT137754,
  author="Jiří {Kudr} and Ondřej {Zítka} and Martin {Klimánek} and Radimír {Vrba} and Vojtěch {Adam}",
  title="Microfluidic electrochemical devices for pollution analysis – A review",
  annote="Pollution of environment represents serious issue, which deserves increased attention. Conventional laboratory techniques, which rely on bench-top devices, do not satisfy nowadays demands for in situ analysis. Progresses in microfabrication technologies enabled significant miniaturization of fluidic analytical devices and laid the foundations of microfluidics. This review focuses on electrochemical microfluidic analysers for environmental applications with emphasis on direct electrochemical detection without any separation step. Particularly, we paid the attention to advantages and disadvantages of the developed device and summarized their application for detection of pH, metals, nitrate and nitrite ions, phenols, pesticides and herbicides, and bacteria.",
  chapter="137754",
  doi="10.1016/j.snb.2017.02.052",
  howpublished="print",
  number="1",
  volume="246",
  year="2017",
  month="july",
  pages="578--590",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}