ISSN: 0925-4005  Vol./Iss.: 130, 2



Date: 28 March 2007


1. Editorial Board
Page CO2
  Heading: Correspondence
2. Comment on “A fiber optic Raman sensor for hydrocarbon detection” by Khijwania et al. [Sens. Actuators B 125 (2007) 563–568]
Page 575
Robert K. Niven
3. Reply to comment on “A fiber optic Raman sensor for hydrocarbon detection” Sunil K. Khijwania, Vidhu S. Tiwari, Fang-Yu Yueh, Jagdish P. Singh [Sens. Actuators B 125 (2007) 563–568]
Page 576
Sunil K. Khijwania
  Heading: General Section
4. Optical portable biosensors based on stabilized lipid membrane for the rapid detection of doping materials in human urine
Pages 577-582
Dimitrios P. Nikolelis, Garyfallia Raftopoulou, Petros Chatzigeorgiou, Georgia-Paraskevi Nikoleli and Kyriakos Viras
5. On-chip polymerase chain reaction microdevice employing a magnetic droplet-manipulation system
Pages 583-588
Hiroyoshi Tsuchiya, Mina Okochi, Nobuhiro Nagao, Mitsuhiro Shikida and Hiroyuki Honda
6. NOx sensing properties of In2O3 nanoparticles prepared by metal organic chemical vapor deposition
Pages 589-593
Ch.Y. Wang, M. Ali, Th. Kups, C.-C. Röhlig, V. Cimalla, Th. Stauden and O. Ambacher
7. Humidity sensors fabricated with photo-curable electrolyte inks using an ink-jet printing technique and their properties
Pages 594-598
Nam-Bu Cho, Tai-Ho Lim, Young-Min Jeon and Myoung-Seon Gong
8. TiO2 thin films from titanium butoxide: Synthesis, Pt addition, structural stability, microelectronic processing and gas-sensing properties
Pages 599-608
Mauro Epifani, Andreas Helwig, Jordi Arbiol, Raül Díaz, Luca Francioso, Pietro Siciliano, Gerhard Mueller and Joan R. Morante
9. Microstructure, electrical and ethanol-sensing properties of perovskite-type SmFe0.7Co0.3O3
Pages 609-613
Ma Zhao, Hui Peng, Shaoming Fang and Jifan Hu
10. Flow injection analysis of ascorbic acid based on its thermoelectrochemistry at disposable screen-printed carbon electrodes
Pages 614-619
Jyh-Harng Ke, Hsiao-Jing Tseng, Cheng-Teng Hsu, Jyh-Cheng Chen, Govindan Muthuraman and Jyh-Myng Zen
11. Measuring the size distribution of microelectrodes in an array
Pages 620-624
Ian Streeter and Richard G. Compton
12. Ceria-doped SnO2 sensor highly selective to ethanol in humid air
Pages 625-629
F. Pourfayaz, Y. Mortazavi, A. Khodadadi and S. Ajami
13. A gramicidin analogue that exhibits redox potential-dependent cation influx
Pages 630-637
Thomas J. Jackson, John M. Sanderson and Ritu Kataky
14. Polymeric electro-mechanic devices applied to antibiotic-controlled release
Pages 638-644
Luiz M. Lira and Susana I. Córdoba de Torresi
15. A microfluidic system combining acoustic and dielectrophoretic particle preconcentration and focusing
Pages 645-652
Surendra K. Ravula, Darren W. Branch, Conrad D. James, Rosemary J. Townsend, Martyn Hill, Gregory Kaduchak, Mike Ward and Igal Brener
16. Exfoliated single-walled carbon nanotube-based hydrogen sensor
Pages 653-660
M. Krishna Kumar, A. Leela Mohana Reddy and S. Ramaprabhu
17. The effect of humidity on the electrical conductivity of mesoporous polythiophene
Pages 661-667
W.M. Sears
18. EPR and DRS evidence for NO2 sensing in Al-doped ZnO
Pages 668-673
Shalaka C. Navale, V. Ravi, D. Srinivas, I.S. Mulla, S.W. Gosavi and S.K. Kulkarni
19. DNA hybridization measurement by self-sensing piezoresistive microcantilevers in CMOS biosensor
Pages 674-681
S.M. Yang, C. Chang, T.I. Yin and P.L. Kuo
20. Direct electrochemistry and electrocatalysis of myoglobin immobilized in zirconium phosphate nanosheets film
Pages 682-688
Yahui Zhang, Xu Chen and Wensheng Yang
21. Use of a low refractive index prism in surface plasmon resonance biosensing
Pages 689-695
Gaurav Gupta, Mitsunori Sugimoto, Yoshikazu Matsui and Jun Kondoh
22. Electric and ferroelectric properties of PZT/SBT multilayer films prepared by photochemical metal-organic deposition
Pages 696-700
Hyeong-Ho Park, Hyung-Ho Park, Tae Song Kim and Ross H. Hill
23. Measurement of dynamic properties of small volumes of fluid using MEMS
Pages 701-706
David Cheneler, Michael C.L. Ward, Michael J. Adams and Zhibing Zhang
24. Impedancemetric gas sensor based on Pt and WO3 co-loaded TiO2 and ZrO2 as total NOx sensing materials
Pages 707-712
Ken-ichi Shimizu, Kohichi Kashiwagi, Hiroyuki Nishiyama, Shiro Kakimoto, Satoshi Sugaya, Hitoshi Yokoi and Atsushi Satsuma
25. Evaluation of the selective detection of 4,6-dinitro-o-cresol by a molecularly imprinted polymer based microsensor electrosynthesized in a semiorganic media
Pages 713-722
Alberto Gómez-Caballero, Nora Unceta, M. Aranzazu Goicolea and Ramón J. Barrio
26. Line patterning of graphite and the fabrication of cheap, inexpensive, “throw-away” sensors
Pages 723-729
Everaldo Carlos Venancio, Luiz Henrique Capparelli Mattoso, Paulo Sérgio de Paula Herrmann Júnior and Alan Graham MacDiarmid
27. Electrocatalytic oxidation of methanol and other short chain aliphatic alcohols on glassy carbon electrodes modified with conductive films derived from NiII-(N,N′-bis(2,5-dihydroxybenzylidene)-1,2-diaminobenzene)
Pages 730-738
Mónica Revenga-Parra, Tania García, Encarnación Lorenzo and Félix Pariente
28. Multi-walled carbon nanotubes with poly(methylene blue) composite film for the enhancement and separation of electroanalytical responses of catecholamine and ascorbic acid
Pages 739-749
Umasankar Yogeswaran and Shen-Ming Chen
29. Portable tetracycline analyzer based on LED-excitation europium-sensitized luminescence
Pages 750-757
Guoying Chen
30. Enhanced oxygen detection using porous polymeric gratings with integrated recognition elements
Pages 758-764
Sung Jin Kim, Vamsy P. Chodavarapu, Alexander N. Cartwright, Mark T. Swihart and Timothy J. Bunning
31. Novel, high-quality surface plasmon resonance microscopy
Pages 765-770
Rahber Thariani and Paul Yager
32. Surface plasmon resonance in chalcogenide glass-based optical system
Pages 771-776
J. Le Person, F. Colas, C. Compère, M. Lehaitre, M.-L. Anne, C. Boussard-Plédel, B. Bureau, J.-L. Adam, S. Deputier and M. Guilloux-Viry
33. Rapid nitroaromatic compounds sensing based on oligopyrene
Pages 777-782
Hua Bai, Chun Li and Gaoquan Shi
34. Graphitic carbon nanofiber-poly(acrylate) polymer brushes as gas sensors
Pages 783-788
Lang Li, Jiang Li and Charles M. Lukehart
35. An organically modified sol–gel membrane for detection of lead ion by using 2-hydroxy-1-naphthaldehydene-8-aminoquinoline as fluorescence probe
Pages 789-794
Liangqia Guo, Songchen Hong, Xucong Lin, Zenghong Xie and Guonan Chen
36. Effect of the reaction time, reagent concentration and sample thickness on the thermal derivatisation of p+ porous silicon with α-undecene and ω-carboxy alkenes: A FTIR investigation
Pages 795-801
A.M. Giovannozzi and M. Rocchia
37. High aspect ratio In2O3 nanowires: Synthesis, mechanism and NO2 gas-sensing properties
Pages 802-808
Pengcheng Xu, Zhixuan Cheng, Qingyi Pan, Jiaqiang Xu, Qun Xiang, Weijun Yu and Yuliang Chu
38. Dispersion of single-walled carbon nanotubes in poly(diallyldimethylammonium chloride) for preparation of a glucose biosensor
Pages 809-815
Yanyan Wang, Xinsheng Wang, Baoyan Wu, Zixia Zhao, Feng Yin, Sha Li, Xia Qin and Qiang Chen
39. A hydrogen peroxide biosensor based on direct electrochemistry of hemoglobin in Hb–Ag sol films
Pages 816-822
Yanxia Xu, Chengguo Hu and Shengshui Hu
40. A simple and direct biomolecule detection scheme based on a microwave resonator
Pages 823-828
Yong-Ho Kim, Seung-Il Yoon, Se-Chul Park, Dae-Ho Lim, Hyo-il Jung and Yong-Jun Kim
41. Micromachined sol–gel carbon nanotube/SnO2 nanocomposite hydrogen sensor
Pages 829-835
Jianwei Gong, Jianren Sun and Quanfang Chen
42. Continuous flow polymerase chain reaction using a hybrid PMMA-PC microchip with improved heat tolerance
Pages 836-841
Yi Sun, M.V.D. Satyanarayan, Nam Trung Nguyen and Yien Chian Kwok
43. Poly(acrylamide) derivatives for QCM-based HCl gas sensor applications
Pages 842-847
Masanobu Matsuguchi and Yoshito Kadowaki
44. Enhancement of thermal uniformity for a microthermal cycler and its application for polymerase chain reaction
Pages 848-856
Tsung-Min Hsieh, Ching-Hsing Luo, Fu-Chun Huang, Jung-Hao Wang, Liang-Ju Chien and Gwo-Bin Lee
45. Chemisorbed PEGylated lipopolymers as sensing film supports for QCM odor sensors
Pages 857-863
Bartosz Wyszynski, Pakpum Somboon and Takamichi Nakamoto
46. Electrochemical studies on the performance characteristics of alkaline solid embeddable sensor for concrete environments
Pages 864-870
S. Muralidharan, V. Saraswathy, K. Thangavel and N. Palaniswamy
47. State-of-the-art monitoring of fuel acidity
Pages 871-881
Justyna Widera, Bill L. Riehl, Jay M. Johnson and Douglas C. Hansen
48. Room temperature synthesis of γ-Fe2O3 by sonochemical route and its response towards butane
Pages 882-888
I. Ray, S. Chakraborty, A. Chowdhury, S. Majumdar, A. Prakash, Ram Pyare and A. Sen
49. Orthogonal gas sensor arrays with intelligent algorithms for early warning of electrical fires
Pages 889-899
Ming Ni, Joseph R. Stetter and William J. Buttner
50. Development of a bienzyme system based on sugar–lectin biospecific interactions for amperometric determination of phenols and aromatic amines
Pages 900-907
Zhichun Chen, Fengna Xi, Shaoming Yang, Qi Wu and Xianfu Lin
51. On-board phthalocyanine gas sensor microsystem dedicated to the monitoring of oxidizing gases level in passenger compartments
Pages 908-916
J. Brunet, A. Pauly, C. Varenne and B. Lauron
  Heading: Review
52. MEMS-based micropumps in drug delivery and biomedical applications
Pages 917-942
A. Nisar, Nitin Afzulpurkar, Banchong Mahaisavariya and Adisorn Tuantranont
  Heading: Short Communication
53. A novel technique for measuring pico-scale flow rate of a liquid solution using a microchannel
Pages 943-946
Kow-Ming Chang, Kuo-Yi Chao and Kun-Feng Lin
  Heading: MicroTas Section
54. Fluidic interconnections for microfluidic systems: A new integrated fluidic interconnection allowing plug‘n’play functionality
Pages 947-953
Gerardo Perozziello, Frederik Bundgaard and Oliver Geschke

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