By Johannes Karl Fink
This publication covers in-depth many of the polymers which are used for sensors and actuators from the vantage element of natural chemistry. considering many chemists will not be acquainted with the physics and operational specifics of sensors, the publication has a normal bankruptcy facing the general physics and simple rules of sensors. additionally integrated are tools of fabrication, in addition to info on shrewdpermanent textiles, actuators, and the processing of knowledge. the variety of sensors coated comprise humidity, temperature, chemical, mechanical, optical, electrode, digital nostril, switchable units, biosensors, and others.Content:
Chapter 1 Sensor kinds and Polymers (pages 1–42):
Chapter 2 equipment of Fabrication (pages 43–66):
Chapter three Processing of knowledge (pages 67–75):
Chapter four Humidity Sensors (pages 77–101):
Chapter five Biosensors (pages 103–129):
Chapter 6 Mechanical Sensors (pages 131–138):
Chapter 7 Optical Sensors (pages 139–224):
Chapter eight floor Plasmon Resonance (pages 225–239):
Chapter nine try out Strips (pages 241–268):
Chapter 10 Electrochemical Sensors (pages 269–315):
Chapter eleven Piezoelectric Sensors (pages 317–329):
Chapter 12 AcousticWave Sensors (pages 331–341):
Chapter thirteen digital nostril (pages 343–368):
Chapter 14 Switchable Polymers (pages 369–413):
Chapter 15 Actuators (pages 415–467):
Chapter sixteen Liquid Crystal monitors (pages 469–488):
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