Special Issue "Sensors and Applications in Diagnostics, Food and Environmental Analysis"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2021.
Interests: saliva; plasma; analytical chemistry; calibration; sensors; microplastics
The use of sensors has rapidly grown in last two decades because of the development of smart and microtechnologies, and the demand for fast, pervasive, and real time monitoring of analytes. Since diagnostics, food, and environmental applications drive the research, this Special Issue addresses the most recent methods and materials to develop reliable sensors that can replace or support existing devices for point-of-care or lab analyses in these fields.
Dr. Pietro Salvo
Dr. Tommaso Lomonaco
Dr. Luisa Pozzo
Manuscript Submission Information
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- 1D and 2D materials
- Chemical sensors