2 edition of CRC Physical Sensors for Biomedical Applications found in the catalog.
|Statement||Crc Pr I Llc|
|Publishers||Crc Pr I Llc|
|LC Classifications||June 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||61|
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Laser fabrication of high aspect ratio thin holes on biodegradable polymer and its application to a microneedle. Fabrication of Composite Microneedle Array Electrode for Temperature and Bio-Signal Monitoring.
Modification of PANI provides new interesting properties. This text provides anup-to-date survey of chemical sensor science and technology, with agood balance between classical aspects and contemporary trends.
Fully integrated wearable sensor arrays for multiplexed in situ perspiration analysis. Flexible CRC Physical Sensors for Biomedical Applications wearable solid-state and liquid-state physical sensors and devices normally detect the desired physical data based on force-triggered changes in their specific electrical parameters, such as piezoelectricity, triboelectricity, capacitance ,, and resistance.
Ultrathin AuNWs with extremely high aspect ratio were first synthesized and deposited onto tissue paper through the process of dip-coating and drying. The presented electronics combine tailored front-end instrumentation and back-end data post-processing, enabling applications in different areas, and across a variety of techniques, analytes, transducers and environments.
In recent years, various electrode materials and novel structures have been developed, and they have garnered scientific attention due to their higher sensing performances compared with those of conventional electrode-based sensors.
The present and future role of microfluidics in biomedical research. Interesting redox characteristics; suitable chemical, physical and environmental stabilities; and presence of heteroatom in PANI chain together with ease of preparation and low cost have introduced PANI as a promising material with wide range of application in electronic devices, sensors, electromagnetic material, sensor, biomedical engineering, optical device, corrosion protection, energy storages, solar cells, catalysts, and so on .
For example, the IMA-sensing device developed by Nie et al. Ludwig KA, Langhals NB, Joseph MD, Richardson-Burns SM, Hendricks JL, Kipke DR. Emphasis is laid on practical problems, ranging from chemical application to biomedical monitoring and from in vitro to in vivo, from single cell to animal to human measurement.
Utilizing two conductive fluids with different resistivity, Chossat et al.