Piezoelectric Sensors

Chemically and biologically functionalized piezoelectric sensors are attractive alternatives to surface-sensitive transducers due to their surpassing versatility. The fourth volume of the Springer Series on Chemical Sensors and Biosensors includes a comprehensive theoretical treatment and current st...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Janshoff, Andreas. (Editor), Steinem, Claudia. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2007.
Series:Springer Series on Chemical Sensors and Biosensors, Methods and Applications, 5
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Online Access:http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-36568-6
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505 0 |a Physical Aspects of QCM-Measurements -- Interface Circuits for QCM Sensors -- Interface Circuits for QCM Sensors -- Studies of Viscoelasticity with the QCM -- Studies of Viscoelasticity with the QCM -- Probing the Solid/Liquid Interface with the Quartz Crystal Microbalance -- Probing the Solid/Liquid Interface with the Quartz Crystal Microbalance -- Studies of Contact Mechanics with the QCM -- Studies of Contact Mechanics with the QCM -- Chemical and Biological Applications of the QCM -- Imprinted Polymers in Chemical Recognition for Mass-Sensitive Devices -- Imprinted Polymers in Chemical Recognition for Mass-Sensitive Devices -- Analytical Applicationsof QCM-based Nucleic Acid Biosensors -- Analytical Applications of QCM-based Nucleic Acid Biosensors -- Piezoelectric Immunosensors -- Piezoelectric Immunosensors -- Specific Adsorption of Annexin A1 on Solid Supported Membranes: A Model Study -- Specific Adsorption of Annexin A1 on Solid Supported Membranes: A Model Study -- The Quartz Crystal Microbalance in Cell Biology: Basics and Applications -- The Quartz Crystal Microbalance in Cell Biology: Basics and Applications -- Applications Based on Advanced QCM-Techniques -- Enzyme Reactions on a 27 MHz Quartz Crystal Microbalance -- Enzyme Reactions on a 27 MHz Quartz Crystal Microbalance -- The Quartz Crystal Microbalance and the Electrochemical QCM: Applications to Studies of Thin Polymer Films, Electron Transfer Systems, Biological Macromolecules, Biosensors, and Cells -- The Quartz Crystal Microbalance and the Electrochemical QCM: Applications to Studies of Thin Polymer Films, Electron Transfer Systems, Biological Macromolecules, Biosensors, and Cells -- The QCM-D Technique for Probing Biomacromolecular Recognition Reactions -- The QCM-D Technique for Probing Biomacromolecular Recognition Reactions -- Resonant Acoustic Profiling (RAP™) and Rupture Event Scanning (REVS™) -- Resonant Acoustic Profiling (RAP™) and Rupture Event Scanning (REVS™). 
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