Field-Effect Sensors

From pH Sensing to Biosensing

Edited by
October 2022
186 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-5513-3 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-5514-0 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Field-Effect Sensors: From pH Sensing to Biosensing that was published in

Chemistry & Materials Science
Environmental & Earth Sciences

This Special Issue focuses on fundamental and applied research on different types of field-effect chemical sensors and biosensors. The topics include device concepts for field-effect sensors, their modeling, and theory as well as fabrication strategies. Field-effect sensors for biomedical analysis, food control, environmental monitoring, and the recording of neuronal and cell-based signals are discussed, among other factors.

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silicon nanowire field-effect transistor; device-to-device variation; biosensor; top-down fabrication; surface modification; nano-biosensor; analytical model; oxide degradation; depletion width; pH sensor modelling and simulations; capacitive field-effect sensor; on-chip integrated addressable EISCAP sensors; control gate; multianalyte detection; modelling; equivalent circuit; potentiometry; label-free; cell membranes; tight junctions; cytotoxicity; field-effect sensors; chemical sensors; biosensors; olfactory; taste; biomaterials; light-addressable potentiometric sensor; high spatial resolution; electron-beam-induced current; thin sensor substrate; chemical imaging system; electron-beam addressable potentiometric sensor; chemical sensor; light-addressable potentiometric sensor; stainless steel; crevice corrosion; pH imaging; PEDOT:PSS; 2D materials; biosensor; stability; gate electrode; diffusion barrier; light-addressable potentiometric sensor; LAPS; pH sensor; field-effect device; photocurrent; modulated illumination; lock-in detection; waveform; square wave; duty ratio; field-effect sensors; biosensors; charge transport; neural networks; Bayesian inversion; inverse modeling; biosensing; potentiometric biosensor; biologically coupled gate field-effect transistor (Bio-FET); ionic and biomolecular charge; Debye length; measurement solution; pH response; subthreshold slope; semiconductive material; integrated device; planar junctionless FETs; pH sensor; proteomics; peptidomics; peptide-protein interaction; therapeutics; diagnostics

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