Detail publikace

Chemical Microsensors with Ordered Nanostructures

Originální název

Chemical Microsensors with Ordered Nanostructures

Anglický název

Chemical Microsensors with Ordered Nanostructures

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Current issues solved in Microsensors are focused on finding of new approaches to increase sensitivity with dimensions decreasing at the same time, together with low-cost ability in manufacturing. The chapter deals with non-lithographic techniques of nanostructuring surfaces on sensing layers of microsensors which are promising to amplify sensitivity. Especially (bio)chemical sensors for environmental, pharmaceutical and medical applications use nanostructures in construction.

Anglický abstrakt

Current issues solved in Microsensors are focused on finding of new approaches to increase sensitivity with dimensions decreasing at the same time, together with low-cost ability in manufacturing. The chapter deals with non-lithographic techniques of nanostructuring surfaces on sensing layers of microsensors which are promising to amplify sensitivity. Especially (bio)chemical sensors for environmental, pharmaceutical and medical applications use nanostructures in construction.

BibTex


@inbook{BUT75706,
  author="Marina {Macháčková} and Jana {Drbohlavová} and Jaromír {Hubálek}",
  title="Chemical Microsensors with Ordered Nanostructures",
  annote="Current issues solved in Microsensors are focused on finding of new approaches to increase sensitivity with dimensions decreasing at the same time, together with low-cost ability in manufacturing. The chapter deals with non-lithographic techniques of nanostructuring surfaces on sensing layers of microsensors which are promising to amplify sensitivity. Especially (bio)chemical sensors for environmental, pharmaceutical and medical applications use nanostructures in construction.",
  address="InTech",
  booktitle="Microsensors",
  chapter="75706",
  edition="InTech",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="InTech",
  year="2011",
  month="may",
  pages="143--158",
  publisher="InTech",
  type="book chapter"
}