Combinatorial Methods for Chemical and Biological Sensors
Chemical sensors are in high demand for applications as varied as water pollution detection, medical diagnostics, and battlefield air analysis. Designing the next generation of sensors requires an interdisciplinary approach. The book provides a critical analysis of new opportunities in sensor materials research that have been opened up with the use of combinatorial and high-throughput technologies, with emphasis on experimental techniques. For a view of component selection with a more computational perspective, readers may refer to the complementary volume of Integrated Analytical Systems edited by M. Ryan et al., entitled “Computational Methods for Sensor Material Selection”.
The first and only book to focus on application of high-throughput technologies to the development of chemical and biological sensorsInterdisciplinary and straightforward approach makes for engaging reading for a wide audience, from undergrad to senior scientistOne of the first books in the series Integrated Microanalytical Systems, recently renamed Integrated Analytical Systems, edited by R. PotyrailoComplements the computational approach of fellow series volume “Computational Methods for Sensor Material Selection” by Ryan et al.