Chemical Sensors for Environmental Monitoring

Wednesday, October 14, 2015: 16:00-18:30
106-C (Phoenix Convention Center)
Michael T Carter and Raluca Ioana Stefan-van Staden
Simple, Inexpensive and Rapid Sensors for Commercial and Household Water Quality Monitoring
N. S. Gunda, R. Chavali (York University), and S. Mitra (York University)
Performance Enhancements for Chemiresistive Electronic Noses Based upon Materials, Temperature Modulation and Signal Processing
K. D. Benkstein (National Institute of Standards and Technology), N. Katta (Washington University in St. Louis), B. Raman (Washington University in St. Louis), and S. Semancik (National Institute of Standards and Technology)
Electrochemical Quantification of Vanadium By Novel Electroanalytical Technique
M. I. Salazar-Gastelum (Center for Electrochemical Engineering Research, Ohio University) and G. G. Botte (Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering)
Electrochemical Sensors to Detect Heavy Metals and Carcinogenic Compounds: Inquiry-Based Modules to Meet Today's Interest
S. K. Lunsford, C. Spradlin, M. Sullivan, D. Dobson (Wright State University), and M. Hughes (Wright State University)
Self Assembled Chemical Field Effect Transistors for Heavy Metal Detection
H. Ruan (NanoSonic, Inc), Y. Kang, E. Gladwin (NanoSonic, Inc.), and R. O. Claus (NanoSonic, Inc.)
Gas Sensing Properties of Hierarchically Structured Zinc Oxide Films by Electrophoretic Deposition
Y. Chung, H. Park, E. Lee, S. Lee (Auburn University), and D. J. Kim (Auburn University)
Activation Free SAM-Assisted Silver Electroless Metallization of Textile for Strain Sensor Application
A. Molazemhosseini, E. Cattarinuzzi, D. Gastaldi, P. Vena (Politecnico di Milano), and L. Magagnin (Politecnico di Milano)