State-of-the-Art of (Bio)Chemical Sensor Developments in Analytical Spanish Groups
Abstract(Bio)chemical sensors are one of the most exciting fields in analytical chemistry today. The development of these analytical devices simplifies and miniaturizes the whole analytical process. Although the initial expectation of the massive incorporation of sensors in routine analytical work has been truncated to some extent, in many other cases analytical methods based on sensor technology have solved important analytical problems. Many research groups are working in this field world-wide, reporting interesting results so far. Modestly, Spanish researchers have contributed to these recent developments. In this review, we summarize the more representative achievements carried out for these groups. They cover a wide variety of sensors, including optical, electrochemical, piezoelectric or electro-mechanical devices, used for laboratory or field analyses. The capabilities to be used in different applied areas are also critically discussed.
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Plata, M.R.; Contento, A.M.; Ríos, A. State-of-the-Art of (Bio)Chemical Sensor Developments in Analytical Spanish Groups. Sensors 2010, 10, 2511-2576.
Plata MR, Contento AM, Ríos A. State-of-the-Art of (Bio)Chemical Sensor Developments in Analytical Spanish Groups. Sensors. 2010; 10(4):2511-2576.Chicago/Turabian Style
Plata, María Reyes; Contento, Ana María; Ríos, Angel. 2010. "State-of-the-Art of (Bio)Chemical Sensor Developments in Analytical Spanish Groups." Sensors 10, no. 4: 2511-2576.