Special Issue "Fluorescent Sensors for Selective Detection"
A special issue of Materials (ISSN 1996-1944).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 July 2018
Reliable detection of organic and inorganic matter and microorganisms is an important task for environmental monitoring, medical diagnostics, food safety, industrial quality control, agriculture and security. At present, we are using traditional analytical techniques, such as a gas or liquid chromatography, atomic absorption or emission spectroscopy (AAS/AES), inductively coupled plasma (ICP), mass spectroscopy and polymerase chain reaction (PCR), for their detection. These techniques are highly accurate and sensitive to specific analytes of interest, but they are costly, available only in large centralized laboratories and require extensive sample pre-treatment, making it difficult for on-site, real-time, or in situ detection. In light of these drawbacks, development of novel analytical methods, which have higher sensitivity and selectivity, a shorter response time, and lower costs, have attracted recent attention. Among the currently developed sensors, one based on fluorescence detection is one of the most common analytical tools due to simplicity, low cost, high sensitivity and fast response. In this Special Issue, we will welcome submissions on articles addressing the sensor technology based on fluorescence measurements.Assoc. Prof. Hisashi Satoh
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- Fluorescent sensor
- Simple detection
- On-site analysis
- Response time
- Organic matter
- Inorganic matter
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Type of Paper:Article
Title:Single-photon detection for highly sensitive sensing of fundamental processes in all aggregate phases
Author(s) Andreas Hans, Philipp Schmidt, Christian Ozga, Arno Ehresmann, and André Knie
Affiliation(s): Institute of Physics, University of Kassel, 34132 Kassel, Germany