Chemosensors (ISSN 2227-9040) provides an advanced forum for the science and technology of chemical sensors. It publishes reviews, regular research papers and communications. Our aim is to encourage scientists to publish their experimental and theoretical results in as much detail as possible. All aspects of chemosensing are welcomed from theoretical concepts to education and training. We also welcome manuscripts on classic chemical sensing – be it wet chemistry or biological sensing using enzymes or cells and other model organisms. Drug testing and medical/diagnostic testing are also included under this umbrella. We welcome results of field testing or assay validation as well, whether it be at the research level or from commercial pretesting. We also ask for perspectives from people working in the field or editorials that concern prominent issues related to chemosensing. There is no restriction on the length of the papers. The full experimental details must be provided so that the results can be reproduced. There are, in addition, several unique features of this journal:
- Manuscripts regarding research proposals and research ideas will be particularly welcomed.
- Electronic files and software regarding the full details of the calculation and experimental procedure, if unable to be published in a normal way, can be deposited as supplementary material.
- We also accept manuscripts communicating to a broader audience with regard to research projects financed with public funds.
- Theory and principles of chemical sensing
- New chemical sensors design, including but not limited to:
- gas detectors, pellistors
- electrochemical devices, potentiometric sensor, redox electrode
- electronic nose, olfactometers
- semiconductor sensors
- hydrogen sensor
- ion sensors, ion-selective electrode
- selective cheating agents
- pH sensors, acid-base indicators
- environment detectors, smoke detector
- sensing materials
- optical chemical sensors
- selective catalysis
- molecular devices and machines, sensor devices and sensor arrays
- spectrum based sensors or switches, IR sensors, Fluorescent switches
- interaction of chemical agents with biomolecules
- biosensor and chemical sensors networks
- medical analyzers
- chemical field-effect transistors
- Analytical methods, modeling, readout and software for chemical sensors, analytical microsystems, signal processing in chemical sensors and applications in food industry, medicine, pharmacy, environmental monitoring, corrosion, process control, etc. other related science and technology
- Drug and medico-diagnostic testing
- Biothreat agent testing
- Stand-off and stand-alone sensors
- New technologies with possibilities for chemosensing
- Results of field tests or assay validation
- Synthesis and application of new reagents for chemosensing
- Advanced chemosensing concepts and theory
- Single molecule sensing
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