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By Kiyoshi Toko

Biomimetic sensor know-how relies at the use of biomaterials and data processing of a sort utilized in organic structures. This ebook explores biomimetic sensors which may quantify taste--the digital tongue--and scent, the digital nostril. the advance of those sensors give a contribution to our knowing of the reception mechanisms in gustatory and olfactory structures. the writer, a pioneer within the improvement of this new know-how, starts off through describing the rules of dimension and multivariate research. He information reception mechanisms in organic structures and several other forms of biosensors, together with enzyme-immobilized membranes, SPR, the quartz resonance oscillator and IC applied sciences. devoted to the improvement of clever sensors and platforms, this unique quantity is a necessary source for engineers operating during this very important examine zone.

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The membrane was placed between two cells with equimolar ion concentrations, as shown in Fig. 3. When the ion concentration is below about 30 mM, the membrane shows low electric capacitance, of the order of 10 nF=cm2 , and electric resistance as high as several megaohms per square centimeter. Above 30 mM, however, these membrane electrical characteristics change to approximately 300 nF/cm2 and a few hundred kiloohms per square centimeter, respectively. The measured electric capacitance is shown in Fig.

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