Materials for Chemical Sensing

  • Thiago Regis Longo Cesar Paixão
  • Subrayal Medapati Reddy

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. William Reis de Araujo, Subrayal Medapati Reddy, Thiago Regis Longo Cesar Paixão
    Pages 1-5
  3. Thiago Matheus Guimarães Selva, Tiago Luiz Ferreira, Thiago Regis Longo Cesar Paixão
    Pages 7-27
  4. Nipapan Ruecha, Kentaro Yamada, Koji Suzuki, Daniel Citterio
    Pages 29-74
  5. Subrayal Medapati Reddy
    Pages 75-103
  6. Roger Jagdish Narayan, Nishant Verma
    Pages 123-139
  7. Celina Massumi Miyazaki, Anerise de Barros, Daniela Branco Tavares Mascagni, Juliana Santos Graça, Paula Pereira Campos, Marystela Ferreira
    Pages 141-164
  8. Debdyuti Mukherjee, Revanasiddappa Manjunatha, Srinivasan Sampath, Asim Kumar Ray
    Pages 165-226
  9. Back Matter
    Pages 267-268

About this book


This book covers new materials used as analytical devices for increasing the interactions between the development of new analytical devices and materials science. The authors describe how different types of materials such as polymers, self-assembled layers, phthalocyanines, and nanomaterials can further enhance sensitivity and promote selectivity between analytes for different applications. They explain how continuing research and discussion into materials science for chemical sensing is stimulating the search for different strategies and technologies that extract information for these chemical sensors in order to obtain a chemical fingerprint of samples.


Bioanalytical Devices Biomimetic Sensors Chemometrics and Sensors Implantable Sensors Nanomaterials Nanostructured Thin Films Phthalocyanines Point-of-care Sensors Portable Analytical Devices Smart Materials and Biosensors Wearable Materials

Editors and affiliations

  • Thiago Regis Longo Cesar Paixão
    • 1
  • Subrayal Medapati Reddy
    • 2
  1. 1.Chemistry InstituteAssistant Professor at University of Sao PauloSão PauloBrazil
  2. 2.School of Physical Sciences and Computing, Chemistry DivisionUniversity of Central Lancashire, School of Physical Sciences and ComputinPrestonUnited Kingdom

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