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Título : High sensitive optical microelectronics sensors for the control or pollutants
Autor : Prieto, Francisco, Lechuga, Laura M., Calle Martín, Ana, Domínguez, Carlos
Fecha de publicación : 1998
Editor: WIT Press
Citación : Ecology and the Environment
Resumen: The determination of organic contaminants is done, nowadays, mostly by laboratory-based analytical techniques. This analytical methodology involves multistep time-consuming preparation procedures together with expensive and sophisticated techniques, that even leave unsolved problems (i.e. polar and non- volatile degradation compounds). Although the development of immunochemical kits, a few years ago, improved the performance of the result in the environment control, there is still a clear requirement for the development of sensors of small size, reliable, sensitive and selective, which can be operated in-situ and on-line and can be produced by a low cost technology.
Descripción : 10 páginas, 8 figuras.
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ISBN : 1-85312-603-9
DOI: 10.2495/ASE980251
Citación : Applied Sciences and the Environment: 263-272
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