Lithium Ion Sensors
AbstractThe detection and monitoring of lithium in environmental and clinical settings is becoming increasingly important. In this review, sensors incorporating conductive polymers and lithium bronzes are discussed, together with electrochemical and spectroscopic approaches. Ionophore-based methods have been employed extensively, with varying degrees of selectivity and sensitivity, and these are discussed in depth. View Full-Text
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Kamenica, M.; Kothur, R.R.; Willows, A.; Patel, B.A.; Cragg, P.J. Lithium Ion Sensors. Sensors 2017, 17, 2430.
Kamenica M, Kothur RR, Willows A, Patel BA, Cragg PJ. Lithium Ion Sensors. Sensors. 2017; 17(10):2430.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kamenica, Megi; Kothur, Raghuram R.; Willows, Alison; Patel, Bhavik A.; Cragg, Peter J. 2017. "Lithium Ion Sensors." Sensors 17, no. 10: 2430.
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