ISSN : 0925-4005 Vol./Iss. : 58 / 1-3


Air quality monitoring by means of sol-gel integrated tin oxide thin films,
R. Rella, P. Siciliano, pp. 283-288

Nanosized thin films of tungsten - titanium mixed oxides as gas sensors,
M. Ferroni, pp. 289-294

Selectivity improvement of SnO2 films by superficial metallic films,
M. Sauvan, C. Pijolat, pp. 295-301

Selectivity enhancement of SnO2 gas sensors: simultaneous monitoring of resistances and temperatures,
A. Heilig, N. Barsan, pp. 302-309

Nanostructured pure and Nb-doped TiO2 as thick film gas sensors for environmental monitoring,
M.C. Carotta, pp. 310-317

Strategies to avoid VOC cross-sensitivity of SnO2-based CO sensors, 

M. Schweizer-Berberich, pp. 318-324

Detection of low NO2 concentrations with low power micromachined tin oxide gas sensors,
M.C. Horrillo, J. Gutierrez, pp. 325-329

Copper-on-top-sputtering induced modification of tin dioxide thin film gas sensors,
A. Galdikas, A. Setkus, pp. 330-337

Preparation and characterization of SnO2 and MoOx-SnO2 nano-sized powders for thick film gas sensors,
A. Chiorino, G. Ghiotti, pp. 338-349

A novel gas sensor based on SnO2/Os thin film for the detection of methane at low temperature,
F. Quaranta, P. Siciliano, pp. 350-355

Thermal deposition and characterisation of In-Se mixed oxides thin films for NO gas sensing applications,
A. Serra, pp. 356-359

New method to obtain stable small-sized SnO2 powders for gas sensors,
A. Cirera, pp. 360-364

Electrode nature effects on stannic oxide type layers prepared by electrostatic spray deposition,
H. Gourari, M. Lumbreras, pp. 365-369

Sprayed SnO2 thin films for NO2 sensors, 
G. Leo, R. Rella, pp. 370-374

Ageing and p-type conduction in SnO2 gas sensors,
R. Ionescu, pp. 375-379

Association of a poly (4-vinylpyridine-co-styrene) membrane with an inorganic/organic mixed matrix for the optimization of glucose biosensors, S. Poyard, pp. 380-383

Na+-selective chemFETs based on a novel ionophore: bis(phenylbenzo)-13-azocrown-5,
D.G. Pijanoswka, pp. 384-388

Moving gas outlets for the evaluation of fast gas sensors,
P. Tobias, pp. 389-393

Functionalization of Si/SiO2 substrates with homooligonucleotides for a DNA biosensor,
J.P. Cloarec, pp. 394-398

Sensitive detection of pesticide using ENFET with enzymes immobilized by cross-linking and entrapment method,
K. Wan, N. Jaffrezic-Renault, pp. 399-408

Control of myoglobin level in a solution by an immune sensor based on the photoluminescence of porous silicon,
V.M. Starodub, pp. 409-414

Medical pressure sensors on the basis of silicon microcrystals and SOI layers,
A. Druzhinin, pp. 415-419

Optimisation methods of enzyme integration with transducers for analysis of irreversible inhibitors,
N.F. Starodub, W. Torbicz, pp. 420-426

Application of sensor array and neural networks for quantification of organic solvents vapours in air,
A. Szczurek, B.W. Licznerski, pp. 427-432

Harmonic modulation of impurity in gas flow as a method to study the semiconductor sensors,
D.Y. Godovsky, pp. 433-437

Anisotropic etching of silicon in a complexant redox alkaline system,
C. Moldovan, pp. 438-449

The influence of surface oxidation on the pH-sensing properties of silicon nitride,
T. Mikolajick, R. Kuhnhold, pp. 450-455

Influence of the organic matrix on the properties of membrane coated ISFETs,
N.V. Kolytcheva, pp. 456-463

The features of the electronic tongue in comparison with characteristics of the discrete ion-selective sensors,
A.V. Legin, Y.G. Vlasov, pp. 464-468

Study of the interferences of NO2 and CO in solid state commercial sensors,
M.A. Martin, pp. 469-473

Influence of tin oxide microstructure on the sensitivity to reductor gases,
M.C. Horrillo, J. Gutierrez, pp. 474-477

Thickness effect of constituent layers on gas sensitivity in SnO2/[metal]/metal multi-layers,
A. Galdikas, A. Setkus, pp. 478-485

Silicon carbide based semiconductor sensor for the detection of fluorocarbons,
W. Moritz, pp. 486-490

Chemically grafted field effect transistors for the detection of potassium ions,
Z. Elbhiri, N. Jaffrezic-Renault, pp. 491-496

The field-effect-addressable potentiometric sensor / stimulator (FAPS) - a new concept for a surface potential sensor and stimulator with spatial resolution, W.J. Parak, A. Lorke, pp. 497-504

Detection of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) with polymer coated cantilevers,
M. Maute, F.E. Prins, pp. 505-511

The combination of an electronic tongue and an electronic nose,
F. Winquist, pp. 512-517

Polymeric resistive bridge gas sensor array driven by a standard cell CMOS current drive chip,
M. Cole, pp. 518-525

An alternative way to improve the sensitivity of electronic olfactometers,
P. Mielle, pp. 526-535

Effect of unmodified and derivatised PVC overlayers on the response of an electronic nose based on conducting polymers, S.M. Reddy, P.A. Payne, pp. 536-543

Lutetium bisphathalocyanine thin films as sensors for volatile organic components (VOCs) of aromas,
M.L. Rodriguez-Mendez, pp. 544-551

A SnO2 microsensor device for SUB-PPM NO2 detection,
C. Cobianu, P. Siciliano, pp. 552-555



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