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Chemosensors, Volume 7, Issue 3 (September 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) The growing concern around sustainability increases the demand for reliable, fast time response, [...] Read more. The growing concern around sustainability increases the demand for reliable, fast time response, and low-cost devices to monitor the existence of heavy metals and toxins in water resources. Electronic tongues are multisensory arrays mostly based on electroanalytical methods and multivariate analysis to facilitate information visualization of complex liquid systems in a qualitative and/or quantitative way. These devices are promising analytical tools with simple operation, fast response, high sensitivity, low cost, and easy integration with other systems (microfluidic, optical) to enable miniaturization and measurements in complex liquid media. Within this context, e-tongues are becoming interesting alternative tools to address many of the existing environmental monitoring challenges, specifically relevant to detecting heavy metals and toxins. View this paper.