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Prof. Dr. Ying Wang
State Key Laboratory of Pollution Control and Resources Reuse, College of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tongji University, Shanghai 200092, China
Prof. Dr. Yuanjian Zhang
School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Southeast University, Nanjing 211189, China
Prof. Dr. Huangxian Ju
State Key Laboratory of Analytical Chemistry for Life Science, School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Nanjing University, Nanjing 210023, China
Prof. Dr. Jinghong Li
Department of Chemistry, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China

Frontiers in Electroanalytical Chemistry in China and Selected Papers from 14thNEAC

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Dear colleagues,

Electroanalytical chemistry has entered into the entirely new era due to the utilization of new materials, techniques, and methods. In the last decade, electrochemical measurements are proved to be reliable techniques for quantification in all kinds of matrices with the advantages of fast responses by portable and wearable devices. More recently, techniques and methods in this field are transitioning from requiring large quantities of sample/analyte to studying single molecules, single entities, and very thin electrode/electrolyte interfaces. Currently, researchers are trying to improve the sensitivity, selectivity, reliability, stability, reproducibility, portability, and analysis time of these techniques. Additionally, basic science and application investigations in the biomedical, environmental, industrial, pharmaceutical, and food fields are emerging as a new pole of growth for electroanalytical chemistry.

The 14th National Electroanalytical Chemistry Conference(14thNEAC) (https://www.chemsoc.org.cn/meeting/14thNEAC/) was held in Nanjing, China, 26–29 November 2020. There were more than 1000 attendees from more than 180 universities and institutes attended this conference. Ten keynote speakers summaried the latest research progress of electroanalytical chemistry. 132 young researchers shared their works in the areas of “Electroanalytical Chemistry Fundamentals and Electroanalytical Instruments”, “Bioelectroanalytical Chemistry”, “Nano and Environmental Electroanalytical Chemistry” and “Interface electrochemistry and electroluminescence analysis”. Meanwhile, more than 300 posters contributed to the success of the 14thNEAC.

This Special Issue has been created in collaboration with the 14thNEAC and aims at exhibiting the latest research achievements, findings, and ideas in the areas of “Electroanalytical Chemistry”. 14thNEAC conference participants are cordially invited to contribute a full manuscript to this Special Issue by significantly extending (more than 50%) from their conference papers. They can submit their submissions to one of the three journals Sensors, Chemosensors and Biosensors according to their preferences, and will be offered of Article Processing Charge disocunts of 20%, 50% and 50%, respectively. We also strongly encourage researchers who were unable to participate in the conference to submit articles for this call.

Papers are welcomed on topics that are related to mechanisms within the aspects of Electroanalytical Chemistry, including, but not limited to:

  1. Fundamental aspects of electroanalytical chemistry and electroanalytical instruments
  2. Bioelectroanalytical chemistry
  3. Nano and environmental electroanalytical chemistry
  4. Interfacial electrochemistry and electroluminescent analysis

Participating Journals

Journal Name Impact Factor CiteScore Launched Year First Decision (median) APC
Biosensors
biosensors
5.743 5.6 2011 13.6 Days 2000 CHF
Chemosensors
chemosensors
4.229 3.4 2013 14.8 Days 1800 CHF
Sensors
sensors
3.847 6.4 2001 16.2 Days 2400 CHF

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A Flexible Baseline Measuring System Based on Optics for Airborne DPOS
Sensors 2021, 21(16), 5333; https://doi.org/10.3390/s21165333 - 07 Aug 2021
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Three-dimensional imaging for multi-node interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) or multi-task imaging sensors has become the prevailing trend in the field of aerial remote sensing, which requires multi-node motion information to carry out the motion compensation. A distributed position and orientation system (DPOS) [...] Read more.
Three-dimensional imaging for multi-node interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) or multi-task imaging sensors has become the prevailing trend in the field of aerial remote sensing, which requires multi-node motion information to carry out the motion compensation. A distributed position and orientation system (DPOS) can provide multi-node motion information for InSAR by transfer alignment technology. However, due to wing deformation, the relative spatial relationship between the nodes will change, which will lead to lower accuracy of the transfer alignment. As a result, the flexible baseline between the nodes affects the interferometric phase error compensation and further deteriorates the imaging quality. This paper proposes a flexible baseline measuring system based on optics, which achieves non-connect measurement and overcomes the problem that it is difficult to build an accurate wing deformation model. An accuracy test was conducted in the laboratory, and results showed that the measurement accuracy of the baseline under static and dynamic conditions was less than 0.3 mm and 0.67 mm, respectively. Full article
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A Micron-Sized Laser Photothermal Effect Evaluation System and Method
Sensors 2021, 21(15), 5133; https://doi.org/10.3390/s21155133 - 29 Jul 2021
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The photothermal effects of lasers have played an important role in both medical laser applications and the development of cochlear implants with optical stimulation. However, there are few methods to evaluate the thermal effect of micron-sized laser spots interacting with other tissues. Here, [...] Read more.
The photothermal effects of lasers have played an important role in both medical laser applications and the development of cochlear implants with optical stimulation. However, there are few methods to evaluate the thermal effect of micron-sized laser spots interacting with other tissues. Here, we present a multi-wavelength micro-scale laser thermal effect measuring system that has high temporal, spatial and temperature resolutions, and can quantitatively realize evaluations in real time. In this system, with accurate 3D positioning and flexible pulsed laser parameter adjustments, groups of temperature changes are systematically measured when the micron-sized laser spots from six kinds of wavelengths individually irradiate the Pd/Cr thermocouple junction area, and reference data of laser spot thermal effects are obtained. This work develops a stable, reliable and universal tool for quantitatively exploring the thermal effect of micron-sized lasers, and provides basic reference data for research on light-stimulated neuron excitement in the future. Full article
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