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Electroactive polymers in chemical sensors

  • M. Josowicz
  • J. Janata
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Abstract

The two most important considerations in the design of new chemical sensors are the selectivity of the sensitive layer and the transduction mechanism by which the chemical interaction is transformed into a measureable physical signal. The present review is written from these two viewpoints. The literature on electroactive polymers (EP) is vast, growing, attractive for practical applications but sometimes also controversial. Application of these materials to chemical sensing is no exception. This topic is still relatively new, growing and, in some instances, too new to make any definitive statements.

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Work Function Barrier Layer Chemical Sensor Charge Transfer Complex Potentiometric Sensor 
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