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Margaret A. Ryan ... [et al.], editors
出版情報: New York : Springer Science+Business Media, c2009  xv, 319 p. ; 25 cm
シリーズ名: Integrated analytical systems / series editor, Radislav A. Potyrailo
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First Principles Methods For Materials Evaluation / Part I:
Introduction: Experimental Methods in Chemical Sensor and Sensor Array Evaluation and Development / Joseph R. Stetter1:
Electromechanical and Chemical Sensing at the Nanoscale: DFT and Transport Modeling / Amitesh Maiti2:
Quantum Mechanics and First-Principles Molecular Dynamics Selection of Polymer Sensing Materials / Mario Blanco ; Abhijit V. Shevade ; Margaret A. Ryan3:
Prediction of Quartz Crystal Microbalance Gas Sensor Responses Using Grand Canonical Monte Carlo Method / Takamichi Nakamoto4:
Computer-Aided Design of Organic Host Architectures for Selective Chemosensors / Benjamin P. Hay ; Vyacheslav S. Bryantsev5:
First Principles Molecular Modeling of Sensing Material Selection for Hybrid Biomimetic Nanosensors / Michael C. McAlpine ; James R. Heath6:
Statistical And Multivariate Methods For Materials Evaluation / Part II:
Development of New Sensing Materials Using Combinatorial and High-Throughput Experimentation / Radislav A. Potyrailo ; Vladimir M. Mirsky7:
Chemical Sensor Array Response Modeling Using Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationships Technique / Margie L. Homer ; Hanying Zhou ; Allison M. Manfreda ; Liana M. Lara ; Shiao -Pin S. Yen ; April D. Jewell ; Kenneth S. Manatt ; Adam K. Kisor8:
Design and Information Content of Arrays of Sorption-Based Vapor Sensors Using Solubility Interactions and Linear Solvation Energy Relationships / Jay W. Grate ; Michael H. Abraham ; Barry M. Wise9:
Designing Sensing Arrays / Part III:
A Statistical Approach to Materials Evaluation and Selection for Chemical Sensor Arrays / Baranidharan Raman ; Douglas C. Meier ; Steve Semancik10:
Statistical Methods for Selecting the Components of a Sensing Array / 11:
Hybrid Arrays for Chemical Sensing / Kirsten E. Kramer ; Susan L. Rose-Pehrsson ; Kevin J. Johnson ; Christian P. Minor12:
Future Directions / Part IV:
Index / 13:
First Principles Methods For Materials Evaluation / Part I:
Introduction: Experimental Methods in Chemical Sensor and Sensor Array Evaluation and Development / Joseph R. Stetter1:
Electromechanical and Chemical Sensing at the Nanoscale: DFT and Transport Modeling / Amitesh Maiti2:
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edited by Mohammed Zourob, Akhlesh Lakhtakia
出版情報: Berlin : Springer, c2010  2 v. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Springer series on chemical sensors and biosensors : methods and applications / Otto S. Wolfbeis series editor ; 7-8
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Planar-Waveguide Sensors / Part I:
Total-Internal-Reflection Platforms for Chemical and Biological: Sensing Applications / Kim E. Sapsford
High-Refractive-Index Waveguide Platforms for Chemical: and Biosensing / Katrin Schmitt ; Christian Hoffmann
Planar-Waveguide Interferometers for Chemical Sensing / Daniel P. Campbell
Broadband Spectroelectrochemical Interrogation of Molecular Thin Films by Single-Mode Electro-Active Integrated Optical Waveguides / Sergio B. Mendes ; S. Scott Saavedra ; Neal R. Armstrong
Plasmonic-Waveguide Sensors / Part II:
Surface Plasmon Resonance: New Biointerface Designs and High-Throughput Affinity Screening / Matthew J. Linman ; Quan Jason Cheng
Nanohole Arrays in Metal Films as Integrated Chemical Sensors and Biosensors / Alexandre G. Brolo ; Reuven Gordon ; David Sinton
Nanostructure-Based Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance Biosensors / Donghyun Kim
Gold Nanoparticles on Waveguides For and Toward Sensing Application / Silvia Mittler
Index
Waveguide Sensors with Periodic Structures
Nano-structured Silicon Optical Sensors / Benjamin L. Miller
Resonant Waveguide Grating Biosensor for Microarrays / Ye Fang
Resonant Biochemical Sensors Based on Photonic Bandgap Waveguides and Fibers / Maksim Skorobogatiy
Nanophotonic and Subwavelength Structures for Sensing and Biosensing / I. Abdulhalim
Optical-Fiber Sensors
Fiber-Optic Chemical and Biosensors / Mahmoud El-Sherif
Applications of Fiber Gratings in Chemical and Biochemical Sensing / Tinko Eftimov
Hollow-Optical Fiber Probes for Biomedical Spectroscopy / Yuji Matsuura
Hollow-Waveguide and Micro-Resonator Sensors / Part III:
Liquid-Core Waveguide Sensors / Holger Schmidt
Capillary Waveguide Biosensor Platform / Harbans S. Dhadwal
Label-Free Optical Ring Resonator Bio/Chemical Sensors / Hongying Zhu ; Jonathan D. Suter ; Xudong Fan
Terahertz Biosensing / Part IV:
Terahertz-Biosensing Technology: Progress, Limitations, and Future Outlook / Abdellah Menikh
Planar-Waveguide Sensors / Part I:
Total-Internal-Reflection Platforms for Chemical and Biological: Sensing Applications / Kim E. Sapsford
High-Refractive-Index Waveguide Platforms for Chemical: and Biosensing / Katrin Schmitt ; Christian Hoffmann
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Yoshihito Osada, Danilo E. De Rossi (eds.)
出版情報: Berlin ; New York : Springer, c2000  xix, 419 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Macromolecular systems, materials approach
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Ion Conducting Polymer Sensors / Y. SakaiChapter 1:
Introduction / 1.1:
Humidity Sensors / 1.2:
Humidity Sensors Using Polymers Containing Inorganic Salts / 1.2.1:
Humidity Sensors Using Polymer Electrolytes / 1.2.2:
Electrolyte Homopolymers / 1.2.2.1:
Copolymers / 1.2.2.2:
Graft Copolymers / 1.2.2.3:
Hydrophobic Polymers With Added Ionic Groups / 1.2.2.4:
Crosslinked Polymer Electrolytes / 1.2.2.5:
Gas Sensors / 1.3:
References
Ultrathin Films for Sensorics and Molecular Electronics / L. BrehmerChapter 2:
Molecular Electronics and Nanosensorics / 2.1:
Ultrathin Films and Supramolecular Architectures / 2.2:
State of the Art / 2.2.1:
Langmuir- and Langmuir-Blodgett Films: Formation and Structure Investigation / 2.2.2:
Langmuir Films / 2.2.2.1:
Formation of Langmuir-Blodgett Films / 2.2.2.2:
Structure Investigation of LB-Films / 2.2.2.3:
Thin Film Sensorics / 2.3:
Advantages of Ultrathin Films for Sensorics / 2.3.1:
Ultrathin Pyrosensors / 2.3.2:
Definitions and Measurements / 2.3.2.1:
Rationale for Using Thin Organic Films for Pyroelectric Devices / 2.3.2.3:
Pyroelectric Cells and Measuring Techniques / 2.3.2.4:
Pyroelectricity of Organic Thin Films / 2.3.2.5:
Polymer Thin Film Pyroelectricity / 2.3.2.6:
Pyroelectric Measurements / 2.3.2.7:
Materials and Experimental Set-Up / 2.3.2.8:
Sample Preparation and Experimental Procedure / 2.3.2.9:
Pyroelectric Response and Long-Term Stability / 2.3.2.10:
Control of Pyroelectric Response / 2.3.2.11:
Humidity LB Polyelectrolyte Sensors / 2.3.3:
Commercial Application of LB Film Devices / 2.3.4:
Molecular Electronic Devices / 2.4:
Problems and Opportunities / 2.4.1:
Optically Switchable Thin Films / 2.4.2:
E-Z-Switching of Azo-Compounds / 2.4.2.1:
Molecular Rectifier / 2.4.3:
Electroluminescence of Organic Thin Films / 2.4.4:
Ultrathin Films as Electron beam Resists / 2.4.5:
Outlook / 2.5:
List of Abbreviations
Polymers for Optical Fiber Sensors / F. Baldini ; S. BracciChapter 3:
The Optical Fiber Sensor / 3.1:
The Optoelectronic System / 3.2.1:
The Optical Link / 3.2.2:
The Optode / 3.2.3:
Polymers in Optical Fiber Chemical Sensors / 3.3:
Polymer Functions / 3.4:
Polymers as Solid Supports / 3.4.1:
Polymers as Selective Elements / 3.4.2:
Polymers as Chemical Transducers / 3.4.3:
Conclusions / 3.5:
List of Symbols and Abbreviations
Smart Ferroelectric Ceramic/Polymer Composite Sensors / D.-K. Das-GuptaChapter 4:
Basic Concepts / 4.1:
Piezoelectricity / 4.2.1:
Pyroelectricity / 4.2.2:
Ferroelectric Ceramics / 4.2.3:
Ferroelectric Polymers / 4.2.4:
Ferroelectric Ceramic/Polymer Composites / 4.3:
Connectivity / 4.3.1:
0-3 Connectivity Composites and their Fabrication / 4.3.2:
1-3 Connectivity Composite Fabrication / 4.3.3:
3-3 Connectivity Composite Preparation / 4.3.4:
Preparation of Composites with Mixed Connectivity (0-3 and 1-3) / 4.3.5:
Poling Methods of Ceramic/Polymer Composites / 4.4:
D.C. Poling / 4.4.1:
A.C. Poling / 4.4.2:
Piezoelectric Properties of Ceramic/Polymer Composites / 4.5:
Pyroelectric Properties of Ceramic/Polymer Composites with 0-3 Connectivities / 4.6:
Models of 0-3 and Mixed Connectivity Composites / 4.7:
Yamada Model for 0-3 Composites / 4.7.1:
Furukaura Model for 0-3 Composites / 4.7.2:
Parallel and Series Connected Two-Dimensional Structure / 4.7.3:
Applications of Ceramic/Polymer Composite Sensors / 4.8:
Composite Transducers with 1-3 Connectivity / 4.8.1:
Composite Transducers with 0-3 and Mixed Connectivity / 4.8.2:
Sensing Volatile Chemicals Using Conducting Polymer Arrays / R. A. Bailey ; K. C. PersaudChapter 5:
Gas Sensor Technologies / 5.1:
Metal Oxide Semiconductor (MOS) Sensors / 5.1.1.1:
Quartz Crystal Microbalance (QCM) Sensors / 5.1.1.2:
Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) Sensors / 5.1.1.3:
Amperometric Sensors / 5.1.1.4:
Pellistor Sensors / 5.1.1.5:
Metal-Substituted Phthalocyanine Sensors / 5.1.1.6:
Organic Conducting Polymer (OCP) Gas Sensors / 5.1.1.7:
Other Sensor Technologies / 5.1.1.8:
Combination Gas Sensors / 5.1.1.9:
Implementation of a Conducting Polymer Sensor Array / 5.2:
Conducting Polymer Sensors / 5.2.1:
Preparation of Polypyrrole / 5.2.1.1:
Electrochemical Synthesis / 5.2.1.1.1:
Chemical Synthesis / 5.2.1.1.2:
Polymerisation Mechanism / 5.2.1.2:
Factors Affecting the Polymerisation Process / 5.2.1.2.1:
Electrochemical Conditions / 5.2.1.2.1.1:
Counterion Effects / 5.2.1.2.1.2:
Other Effects / 5.2.1.2.1.3:
Structure of Polypyrrole / 5.2.2:
Conductance Mechanism / 5.2.3:
Classical Band Theory / 5.2.3.1:
Conducting Polymer Mechanisms / 5.2.3.2:
Composite Polymers / 5.2.4:
Gas Sensing / 5.3:
Gas Sampling System / 5.3.1:
Data Acquisition Hardware / 5.3.2:
Data Acquisition and Manipulation Software / 5.3.3:
Pattern Recognition Techniques / 5.3.4:
Linear Solvation Energy Relationships (LSER) and the Investigation of Gas Sensor Responses / 5.4:
Conclusion / 5.5:
Molecular Machines Useful for the Design of Chemosensors / S. Shinkai ; M. Takeuchi ; A. IkedaChapter 6:
Chromogenic Crown Ethers / 6.1:
Photoresponsive Crown Actuators in Action for Ion and Molecule Recognition / 6.3:
Cyclodextrins Modified as Molecule Sensors / 6.4:
Calixarenes Modified as Ion and Molecule Sensors / 6.5:
New Artificial Sugar Sensing Systems in which the Boronic Acid-Diol Interaction is Combined with Photoinduced Electron-Transfer (PET) / 6.6:
Conducting Polymer Actuators: Properties and Modeling / A. Mazzoldi ; A. Della Santa ; D. De Rossi6.7:
Working Principles and Actuator Configurations / 7.1:
Figures of Merit of a CP Actuator / 7.3:
Actuators in the Literature / 7.4:
Materials and Techniques for Fabrication / 7.5:
Films / 7.5.1:
Film Electrochemical Deposition / 7.5.1.1:
Film Preparation by Casting / 7.5.1.2:
Fibers / 7.5.2:
All Polymer Actuators / 7.5.3:
Dry PANi Fiber Actuator / 7.5.3.1:
Dry PPyClO4 Film Actuator / 7.5.3.2:
Continuum Electromechanics of CP Actuators / 7.6:
Introduction to the Continuum Model / 7.6.1:
The Continuum Approach / 7.6.2:
Configuration of Study / 7.6.3:
Mechanical Equations / 7.6.4:
Electrochemical Equations / 7.6.5:
Relations Between the Charges and Equations for the Redox Reactions / 7.6.5.1:
Motion Equations of Ionic Charges / 7.6.5.2:
Relation Between Current and Potential in the Solid Matrix / 7.6.5.3:
Continuity Equations / 7.6.5.4:
Resolvability / 7.6.5.5:
Resolution and Validation of the Model in the Passive Case / 7.6.6:
Model Resolution / 7.6.6.1:
Experimental Determination of the Parameters Considered in the Passive Case / 7.6.6.2:
Passive Continuum Model Testing / 7.6.6.3:
Empirical Corrections / 7.6.6.3.1:
Lumped Parameter Description of a PC Actuator / 7.7:
Model / 7.7.1:
Parameters Estimation and Validation / 7.7.2:
Passive Condition / 7.7.2.1:
Active Condition / 7.7.2.2:
Electrically Induced Strain in Polymer Gels Swollenwith Non-Ionic Organic Solvents / T. Hirai ; M. Hirai7.8:
Electrically Induced Strain in PVA-DMSO Gel / 8.1:
Electrostrictive Motion of PVA-DMSO Gel / 8.2.1:
Detailed Feature of the Electrically Induced Action of the PVA-DMSO Gel / 8.2.2:
Comparison with PAAM-DMSO Gel / 8.2.3:
Effect of Crosslinks on the Electrostrictive Strain / 8.3:
Preparation Method of the DMSO Gel / 8.3.1:
Effect of Solvent Content on the Performance of the Actuation / 8.3.2:
Structural Change in PVA-DMSO Gel Induced by Electric Field / 8.4:
Orientation of DMSO by Electric Field / 8.4.1:
In PVA-DMSO Gel / 8.4.1.1:
Comparison with PVC-DMSO Gel / 8.4.1.2:
Electrically Induced Structure Change Observed by Small Angle X-Ray Scattering (SAXS) / 8.4.2:
Scattering Functions / 8.4.2.1:
Distance Distribution Functions / 8.4.2.2:
Persistence Length and Correlation Length / 8.4.2.3:
On the Mechanism of the Electrostrictive Action and Concluding Remarks (for Future Development) / 8.5:
Actuating Devices of Liquid-Crystalline Polymers / R. KishiChapter 9:
Lyotropic Liquid-Crystalline Polymer Gels / 9.1:
Poly(?-benzyl L-glutamate) Gels Having Cholesteric Liquid-Crystalline Order / 9.2.1:
Poly(?-benzyl L-glutamate) Gels Having Nematic Liquid-Crystalline Order / 9.2.2:
Optical Anisotropy of Poly(?-benzyl L-glutamate) Gels Having Cholesteric Liquid-Crystalline Order / 9.2.3:
Poly(L-glutamic acid) Hydrogels Having Liquid-Crystalline Order / 9.2.4:
Thermotropic Liquid-Crystalline Polymer Gels / 9.3:
Electrical Deformation of Side-Chain Type Liquid-Crystalline Polymer Gels / 9.3.1:
Electrorheological Properties of Thermotropic Liquid-Crystalline Materials / 9.3.2:
Gel Actuators / J. P. Gong ; Y. Osada9.4:
Shape Memory Gel / 10.1:
Spontaneous Motion of Polymer Gels on Water / 10.3:
Electrical Contraction and Tactile-Sensing System / 10.4:
Gel Actuator Based on Molecular Assembly Reactions / 10.5:
Gel Pendulum / 10.5.1:
Gel Looper / 10.5.2:
Gel-Eel / 10.5.3:
Future Prospects / 10.6:
Electrochemomechanical Devices Based on Conducting Polymers / T. F. OteroChapter 11:
Approach Through Electrochemical Systems / 11.1:
Artificial Molecular Muscles in the Literature / 11.3:
Conducting Polymers: a Short Introduction / 11.4:
Redox Processes in Conducting Polymers and Related Properties / 11.5:
Artificial Muscles from Conducting Polymers / 11.6:
Bilayer Devices / 11.7:
Electrochemopositioning Devices / 11.8:
The Working Muscle / 11.9:
Triple Layer Devices / 11.10:
Movement Rate Control / 11.11:
Actuator and Sensor / 11.12:
Lifetime and Degradation Processes / 11.13:
Three-Dimensional Electrochemical Processes and Biological Mimicking / 11.14:
Hydro-Organic Batteries / 11.14.1:
Color Mimicking / 11.14.2:
Nerve Interfaces / 11.14.3:
Smart Membranes / 11.14.4:
Mechanochemoelectrical Devices / 11.14.5:
Theoretical Approaches / 11.15:
Similarities with Natural Muscles / 11.16:
The Future / 11.17:
Ion-Exchange Polymer-Metal Composites as Biomimetic Sensors and Actuators / M. ShahinpoorChapter 12:
Biomimetic Sensing Capability of IPMC / 12.1:
General Considerations / 12.2.1:
Theoretical Analysis / 12.2.2:
Experimental Procedures, Results, and Discussion / 12.2.3:
Dynamic Sensing / 12.2.4:
Biomimetic Actuation Properties of IPMCs / 12.2.5:
Development of Muscle Actuators / 12.3.1:
Muscle Actuator for Robotic Applications / 12.3.3:
Design of Linear and Platform Type Actuators / 12.3.4:
Large Amplitude Vibrational Response of IPMCs / 12.3.5:
Theoretical Model / 12.4.1:
Experimental Observations / 12.4.3:
Ion Conducting Polymer Sensors / Y. SakaiChapter 1:
Introduction / 1.1:
Humidity Sensors / 1.2:
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volume editor, Thomas Schrader ; with contributions by E.V. Anslyn ... [et al.]
出版情報: Berlin : Springer, c2007  xii, 303 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Topics in current chemistry = Fortschritte der chemischen Forschung ; 277
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edited by Jiří Janata and Robert J. Huber
出版情報: Orlando, [Fla.] : Academic Press, 1985  ix, 211 p. ; 24 cm
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Jiří Janata
出版情報: New York : Plenum Press, c1989  xi, 317 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Modern analytical chemistry
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