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cally responsive plasmonic polymers may find important applications in bioscience and biomedicine I Introduction Detection and characterization of molecular chirality are of considerable importance in biomedical science and pharma-ceutics since the two L- and Revealable photonic prints with oppositely responsive polymers for improved visual sensing† Lizhen Jia a Miaomiao Li a Lixin Jiang a Haoqiang Gao a Haiying Tan a Bolun Peng a Jiangping Xu a Lianbin Zhang * a and Jintao Zhu * a

Harnessing Poly(ionic liquid)s for Sensing Applications

sensing devices ranging from ion detection gas sensing solvent determination to biosensors their detection mechanisms and PIL function Ion sensing The advantage of using PILs as an ion sensor lies in their capability to transport interact or exchange with

Another type of detection based on the sensing of analytes via specific chemical reactions changing the properties of polymers has also been reported An example of fluorescent amplification via enzymatic degradation of a polymer chain was reported recently by Tanaka et al [ 193 ]

Another type of detection based on the sensing of analytes via specific chemical reactions changing the properties of polymers has also been reported An example of fluorescent amplification via enzymatic degradation of a polymer chain was reported recently by Tanaka et al [ 193 ]

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cally responsive plasmonic polymers may find important applications in bioscience and biomedicine I Introduction Detection and characterization of molecular chirality are of considerable importance in biomedical science and pharma-ceutics since the two L- and

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Sensors and Actuators B 114 (2006) 371–378 Micro-cantilevers with end-grafted stimulus-responsive polymer brushes for actuation and sensing Nehal I Abu-Laila b Marian Kaholeka b Bruce LaMattinac Robert L Clarka b Stefan Zauschera b ∗ a Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science 144 Hudson Hall Box 90300 Duke University Durham NC 27708-09300 USA

Responsive Polymers for Detection and Sensing Applications: Current Status and Future Developments Jinming Hu and Shiyong Liu * CAS Key Laboratory of Soft Matter Chemistry Department of Polymer Science and Engineering Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at the Microscale University of Science and Technology of China Hefei Anhui 230026 China

2015/10/18Similarly nonconducting polymers could also be another class of polymers that could be used as nanocomposite materials for gas sensing Chee Song et al [ 50 ] fabricated a SAW gas sensor polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP)/MWCNT nanofiber composites for hydrogen detection

Dielectric elastomers [20 21] electrostrictive polymers [] liquid-crystal polymers [23 24] and piezoelectric polymers [] belong the electronic EAP category EAPs comprise a family of promising materials for sensing but are still new to most researchers working on sensor-related topics

pH Sensing Materials for MEMS Sensors and Detection Techniques Muhammad Imran Khan1 Abdul Mannan Khan2 Ahmed Nouman3 Muhammad Irfan Azhar4 Muhammad Khurram Saleem5 1Alumni Chalmers University of Technology Goteborg Sweden 2

2006/3/30Stimulus-responsive macromolecules have attracted significant interest due to their potential applications in molecular motors drug delivery sensors and actuation devices Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) (pNIPAAM) alone or as a copolymer is a stimulus-responsive polymer that undergoes an inverse phase transition triggered by changes in the solvent quality such as

This article describes the synthesis characterization and application of new UV-absorbing microcapsules encapsulating a UV-responsive photochromic dye for application in the damage-sensing field Microcapsules filled with a photochromic spiropyran dissolved in sunflower oil as core material were synthesized by reacting a TDI-based polyisocyanate prepolymer with a benzophenone-based amine

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Nanoengineering Biomimetic Nanobrushes for Foodborne Pathogen Sensing Using Stimuli

Nanoengineering Biomimetic Nanobrushes for Foodborne Pathogen Sensing Using Stimuli-Responsive Polymers And Metallic Nanostructures Carmen Gomes Department of Mechanical Engineering Iowa State University Seminar on November 14 2017 at 11:00 am

Sensors and Actuators B 114 (2006) 371–378 Micro-cantilevers with end-grafted stimulus-responsive polymer brushes for actuation and sensing Nehal I Abu-Laila b Marian Kaholeka b Bruce LaMattinac Robert L Clarka b Stefan Zauschera b ∗ a Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science 144 Hudson Hall Box 90300 Duke University Durham NC 27708-09300 USA

7 Water ]Soluble Conjugated Polymers for Sensing and Imaging Applications 171 Xingfen Liu Wei Huang and Quli Fan 7 1 Introduction 171 7 2 Conjugated Polymers for Sensing 172 7 2 1 Sensing Based on FRET 172 7 2 1 1 One ]Step FRET 172 7 2 1 2 Two 7 2

Stimuli responsive polymers are promising drug delivery systems because of the way they adapt to their environments These smart polymers basically have a mind of their own They can facilitate the transportation of molecules and can also transform chemical signals into visual information

Nanoengineering Biomimetic Nanobrushes for Foodborne Pathogen Sensing Using Stimuli-Responsive Polymers And Metallic Nanostructures Carmen Gomes Department of Mechanical Engineering Iowa State University Seminar on November 14 2017 at 11:00 am

2006/3/30Stimulus-responsive macromolecules have attracted significant interest due to their potential applications in molecular motors drug delivery sensors and actuation devices Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) (pNIPAAM) alone or as a copolymer is a stimulus-responsive polymer that undergoes an inverse phase transition triggered by changes in the solvent quality such as

2019/6/1Free Online Library: Advanced sensing materials based on molecularly imprinted polymers towards developing point-of-care diagnostics devices/Sensormaterjalid molekulaarselt jaljendatud polumeeridest patsiendimanusteks testideks (MATERIALS ENGINEERING

2010/9/17The field of responsive polymers has nowadays evolved well beyond the demonstration of novel and interesting properties Currently the exploitation of useful and advanced functions e g drug or gene carriers with triggered release properties catalysis detection and imaging environmentally adaptive coatings and self-healing materials has emerged to be a more relevant subject

Responsive Polymers for Detection and Sensing Applications: Current Status and Future Developments Jinming Hu and Shiyong Liu * CAS Key Laboratory of Soft Matter Chemistry Department of Polymer Science and Engineering Hefei National Laboratory for Physical Sciences at the Microscale University of Science and Technology of China Hefei Anhui 230026 China

Revealable photonic prints with oppositely responsive polymers for improved visual sensing† Lizhen Jia a Miaomiao Li a Lixin Jiang a Haoqiang Gao a Haiying Tan a Bolun Peng a Jiangping Xu a Lianbin Zhang * a and Jintao Zhu * a