Special Issue "Electrochemical Sensors and Platforms: Design and Application"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 September 2021.
Interests: electrochemistry; voltammetry; eis; antioxidants; Schiff bases; metal complexes; modified electrodes
Interests: precipitation; pathological biomineralization; biomineralization; voltametric techniques; investigation of biologically active compounds
Interests: electrochemistry; voltammetry; redox mechanisms; bioactive compounds
At present, electrochemical sensors are widely used in routine analytical measurements as well as in different areas of scientific research. Thanks to the long-lasting devotion and work of a large number of pioneering research groups, certain electrochemical sensors excel in terms of a short response time, high selectivity, sensitivity, lower limit of detection, etc. The flexibility of sensors’ structure and size allow their application in solving reaction mechanisms, in studying the fine details of biological processes or corrosion steps, etc. This has obviously led to a growing amount of interest in the field of electrochemical sensor development. Applications of new mechanisms and materials (such as ceramics, conductive polymers, carbon nanomaterials, semiconductors, metals, etc.) are being tested to improve selective analyte recognition, as well as for signal formation or transmission. New manufacturing methods have been developed or tested for the fabrication of advanced sensors with improved measuring properties.
This Special Issue entitled “Electrochemical Sensors and Platforms: Design and Application” aims to highlight the current state-of-the-art in the field of sensor design as well as the application of sensors in various analytical tasks (such as environmental monitoring, food analysis, medical applications, and other fields). We invite you to contribute to this Special Issue. Review articles, short communications, and full-size research papers are all welcome.
Dr. Martina Medvidović-Kosanović
Dr. Anamarija Stanković
Dr. Ivana Novak Jovanović
Dr. Géza Nagy
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Electrochemical sensors
- Sensor design
- Sensor characterization techniques
- Intelligent processing of sensor materials
- Chemical change monitoring
- Electroanalytical techniques