This book explores recent advances in the development of artificial sensory systems, widely known as electronic tongues (ETs). Each of the book’s nine chapters is devoted to a particular research direction in modern ET, highlighting up-to-date ET technologies and applications. Prominent authors from around the world discuss various designs, sensor materials, and transduction principles. Helping readers understand the principles and development of reliable analytical instruments, the book will inspire fruitful new ideas and significant practical advances.
Developing Sensing Materials for Multisensory Systems on the Basis of Extraction Data, D. Kirsanov et al.
Photocurable Polymer Membrane Ion Sensors and Their Application for Multicomponent Analysis, N. Abramova and A. Bratov
Metallic Sensors in Multisensor Analysis, L. Lvova et al.
Sensor Arrays Based on Phthalocyanines: New Developments on Nanostructured and Biomimetic Electrochemical Sensors, M.L. Rodríguez-Méndez et al.
Lignin Applications in Chemical Sensing, A. Rudnitskaya and D. Evtuguin
Bioelectronic Tongues: When the Sensor Array Incorporates Biosensors, M. del Valle et al.
Microsensor Systems for Environmental and Biomedical Analysis, W. Cai et al.
The Use of Nanostructured Films in Sensing Applications, A. Riul Jr. et al.
Nanoplate Field-Effect Capacitors: A New Transducer Structure for Multi-Parameter (Bio-)Chemical Sensing, A. Poghossian et al.