Chemically modified field effect transistors for the selective detection of several cation and anion activities in aqueous solution are described. For obtaining sensors of high durability, novel polysiloxane membranes have been developed which contain different side groups to tune their intrinsic properties. These polysiloxane membranes show good performance in life time experiments. The ion selectivity has been tuned by incorporation of various novel ion receptor molecules, yielding sensors with high selectivities for sodium, potassium, lead, cupper, cadmium, silver, nitrate, nitrite, fluoride, and dihydrogen phosphate.
|Publisher||Kluwer Academic Publishers|
|Conference||Dutch Sensor Conference 1998|
|Period||2/03/98 → 3/03/98|
- Uranyl salophene