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Can Calibration-Free Sensors Be Realized?
|Published in||ACS Sensors. 2016, vol. 1, no. 7, p. 838-841|
|Abstract||This opinion piece describes progress and issues regarding the realization of calibration-free chemical sensors for analysis in aqueous systems. A special focus of the discussion is on electrochemical methodologies, given that they are the most established. Calibration-free sensors are clearly possible, but require a multipronged approach for maximizing robustness that include the optimization of sensing materials and the use of the most adequate readout methodologies.|
|Keywords||Chemical sensors — Calibration-free — Clinical diagnostics — Electroanalysis — Potentiometry — Thin layer coulometry|
|Research group||Groupe Bakker|
|BAKKER, Eric. Can Calibration-Free Sensors Be Realized?. In: ACS Sensors, 2016, vol. 1, n° 7, p. 838-841. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:97915|