Special Issue "Ion Selective Electrodes for Bioavailable Ions"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2014)
Prof. Dr. John F. Cassidy (Website)
School of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences Dublin Institute of Technology Kevin Street, Dublin 8 Ireland
Interests: conducting polymers; chemical sensor development; nanoparticles; potentiometry and environmental sensing
This issue of Sensors is dedicated to submissions related to recent advances in the area of potentiometry. This includes work on systems like novel ionophores, ion exchangers, ionic liquids, conducting polymers, single-walled carbon nanotubes, and multi-walled carbon nanotubes used for the modification of ion selective membranes. Micro- and nanoscale potentiometric systems for interrogating individual cells and synaptic clefts are being developed too. Moreover, planar microfabricated systems, solid contact devices, and molecular imprinted systems are also of interest. New views on the theory behind the operation of potentiometric devices in equilibrium and non-equilibrium systems are being sought too. Finally, the biocompatibility and sensor stability of ion selective electrode devices are of particular interest. This issue will prove to be a milestone in ion selective electrode literature.
Prof. Dr. John F Cassidy
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