Publication detail

Iterative Method of Measurements for Chemical sensors

HUBÁLEK, J., KREJČÍ, J., VRBA, R.

Original Title

Iterative Method of Measurements for Chemical sensors

English Title

Iterative Method of Measurements for Chemical sensors

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The paper contributes to the field of precise electrolytic conductivity measurements with planar sensors. This novel measuring method was suggested for measurement with IDEs thick-film electrodes. Correction characteristics over a wide range of a specific conductivities were determined from an interface impedance characterisation of the thick-film IDEs. The cell constant strongly depends on the frequency and conductivity of solutions. A local minimum of the imaginary part of the interface impedance is used for corrections to get linear responses. In this minimum a ridge frequency and cell constant were determined for each measured conductivity. An iteration mode of measurements was suggested to exactly measure the conductivity in the ridge frequency in order to achieve a highly accurate response. An implementation of this method as a microcontroller application can used to build-up microsystem for precise conductivity measurements in concentration ranges from 10-6 to 1 M without cell replacement.

English abstract

The paper contributes to the field of precise electrolytic conductivity measurements with planar sensors. This novel measuring method was suggested for measurement with IDEs thick-film electrodes. Correction characteristics over a wide range of a specific conductivities were determined from an interface impedance characterisation of the thick-film IDEs. The cell constant strongly depends on the frequency and conductivity of solutions. A local minimum of the imaginary part of the interface impedance is used for corrections to get linear responses. In this minimum a ridge frequency and cell constant were determined for each measured conductivity. An iteration mode of measurements was suggested to exactly measure the conductivity in the ridge frequency in order to achieve a highly accurate response. An implementation of this method as a microcontroller application can used to build-up microsystem for precise conductivity measurements in concentration ranges from 10-6 to 1 M without cell replacement.

Keywords

IDEs; electrolytic conductivity; iterative measurement

RIV year

2002

Released

09.09.2002

Publisher

Ing. Zdeněk Novotný, CSc., Brno, Ondráčkova 105

Location

Brno

ISBN

80-214-2180-0

Book

EDS 2002 Electronic Devices and Systems Conference

Pages from

369

Pages to

372

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT4948,
  author="Jaromír {Hubálek} and Jan {Krejčí} and Radimír {Vrba}",
  title="Iterative Method of Measurements for Chemical sensors",
  annote="The paper contributes to the field of precise electrolytic conductivity measurements with planar sensors. This novel measuring method was suggested for measurement with IDEs thick-film electrodes. Correction characteristics over a wide range of a specific conductivities were determined from an interface impedance characterisation of the thick-film IDEs. The cell constant strongly depends on the frequency and conductivity of solutions. A local minimum of the imaginary part of the interface impedance is used for corrections to get linear responses. In this minimum a ridge frequency and cell constant were determined for each measured conductivity. An iteration mode of measurements was suggested to exactly measure the conductivity in the ridge frequency in order to achieve a highly accurate response. An implementation of this method as a microcontroller application can used to build-up microsystem for precise conductivity measurements in concentration ranges from 10-6 to 1 M without cell replacement.",
  address="Ing. Zdeněk Novotný, CSc., Brno, Ondráčkova 105",
  booktitle="EDS 2002 Electronic Devices and Systems Conference",
  chapter="4948",
  institution="Ing. Zdeněk Novotný, CSc., Brno, Ondráčkova 105",
  year="2002",
  month="september",
  pages="369",
  publisher="Ing. Zdeněk Novotný, CSc., Brno, Ondráčkova 105",
  type="conference paper"
}