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Application of Photocured Polymer Ion Selective Membranes for Solid-State Chemical Sensors

AuthorsAbramova, Natalia ; Bratov, Andrey
KeywordsSolid-state ion-to-electron transduction
Conducting polymers
Photocurable membranes
Ion-selective electrodes
Issue Date2-Jun-2015
PublisherMultidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
CitationChemosensors 3(2): 190-199 (2015)
AbstractApplication of conducting polymers with additional functional groups for a solid contact formation and photocurable membranes as sensitive elements of solid-state chemical sensors is discussed. Problems associated with application of UV-curable polymers for sensors are analyzed. A method of sensor fabrication using copolymerized conductive layer and sensitive membrane is presented and the proof of concept is confirmed by two examples of solid-contact electrodes for Ca ions and pH.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/chemosensors3020190
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