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eBook Biosensors: An Introduction ePub

by Brian R. Eggins

  • ISBN: 0471962856
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Brian R. Eggins
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (July 25, 1996)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1117 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1676 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
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Biosensors: An Introduction is an invaluable reference source for anyone working with biosensors, and a highly practical learning tool for those studying any aspect of the subject.

Biosensors: An Introduction is an invaluable reference source for anyone working with biosensors, and a highly practical learning tool for those studying any aspect of the subject. Its unique combination of introductory and more advanced material provides the necessary bridge for all those wishing to become more involved in this expanding and fascinating field.

Eggins, Brian R,: Biosensors : an introduction, Brian R. Eggins. There were not many books covering biosensors, and those that did exist were mostly specialised, but good reference books for further reading

Eggins, Brian R,: Biosensors : an introduction, Brian R. Stuttgart; Leipzig; Teubner; Chichester; New York; Brisbane; Toronto ; Singapore: Wiley, 1996. ISBN 978-3-663-05665-2. There were not many books covering biosensors, and those that did exist were mostly specialised, but good reference books for further reading. A reasonable background knowledge of electroanalytical methods is needed as a prerequisite for a study of biosensors. In our course this material is covered as part of the advanced analytical methods module. A substantial part of this book is devoted to electrochemical transducers.

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Brian R. Eggins (auth. This text presents a systematic and comprehensive introduction to the principles features of biosensors. Detailed performance characteristics of a broad range of biosensors are discussed. Details of the most important types of biosensors currently use are presented

Xi, 212 pages : 24 cm. Biosensors: An Introduction begins by introducing the reader, systematically and comprehensively, to the basic features of biosensors.

Xi, 212 pages : 24 cm. Biosensors: An Introduction begins by introducing the reader, systematically and comprehensively, to the basic features of biosensors, discussing the types of biological materials used and the ways in which they can be connected with a variety of transducers to create the complete biosensor. Performance characteristics of a wide range of biosensors are discussed, and details of the most important types of biosensor currently used are presented.

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Presents a systematic and comprehensive introduction to the basic features of biosensors or sensors based on biological materials. It first discusses the types of biological materials used and the ways in which they can be connected with a variety of transducers to create the complete biosensor. Performance characteristics of a broad wide range of biosensors are discussed and details of the most important types of biosensors currently used are presented. Details of biosensor experiments for undergraduate and postgraduate students are included, while applications of biosensors across a range of fields such as medicine, the food industry and environmental science are considered in the closing chapter.