Chemical Sensors for Environmental Monitoring and Homeland Security

| February 13, 2018

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Chemical sensors consist of a recognition element that is sensitive to stimuli produced by various chemical compounds (analyte) and a transduction element that generates a signal whose magnitude is functionally related to the concentration of the analyte. Chemical sensors also include a special branch referred to as biosensors for the recognition of biochemicals and bio-reactions.

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