Publication detail

Potentiostat for Subpicoampere Current Signals.

JAROŠ, J., VRBA, R.

Original Title

Potentiostat for Subpicoampere Current Signals.

English Title

Potentiostat for Subpicoampere Current Signals.

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The miniature electrochemical sensors are growing rapidly in importance. The potentiostat circuitry for such sensors must be able to work with subpicoampere current signals. The measurement of very low currents signals requires very strict conditions and design of the circuitry. Some CMOS op amps make possible to reach input bias currents of some femtoamperes. But noise, shortcomings of insulators, some physical phenomena, and temperature dependences complicate our experiments with ultra low current measurements.

English abstract

The miniature electrochemical sensors are growing rapidly in importance. The potentiostat circuitry for such sensors must be able to work with subpicoampere current signals. The measurement of very low currents signals requires very strict conditions and design of the circuitry. Some CMOS op amps make possible to reach input bias currents of some femtoamperes. But noise, shortcomings of insulators, some physical phenomena, and temperature dependences complicate our experiments with ultra low current measurements.

RIV year

2001

Released

01.01.2001

Publisher

Zdenek Novotny

Location

Brno

ISBN

80-214-2027-8

Book

Socrates Workshop 2001. Intensive Training Programme in Electronic System Design. Proceedings.

Pages from

259

Pages to

267

Pages count

9

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT4022,
  author="Jan {Jaroš} and Radimír {Vrba}",
  title="Potentiostat for Subpicoampere Current Signals.",
  annote="The miniature electrochemical sensors are growing rapidly in importance. The potentiostat circuitry for such sensors must be able to work with subpicoampere current signals. The measurement of very low currents signals requires very strict conditions and design of the circuitry. Some CMOS op amps make possible to reach input bias currents of some femtoamperes. But noise, shortcomings of insulators, some physical phenomena, and temperature dependences complicate our experiments with ultra low current measurements.",
  address="Zdenek Novotny",
  booktitle="Socrates Workshop 2001. Intensive Training Programme in Electronic System Design. Proceedings.",
  chapter="4022",
  institution="Zdenek Novotny",
  year="2001",
  month="january",
  pages="259",
  publisher="Zdenek Novotny",
  type="conference paper"
}