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Computational Methods for Sensor Material Selection By Margaret A. Ryan

Computational Methods for Sensor Material Selection by Margaret A. Ryan

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Chemical vapor sensing arrays have grown in popularity over the past two decades, finding applications for tasks such as process control, environmental monitoring, and medical diagnosis.

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Computational Methods for Sensor Material Selection Summary

Computational Methods for Sensor Material Selection by Margaret A. Ryan

Chemical vapor sensing arrays have grown in popularity over the past two decades, finding applications for tasks such as process control, environmental monitoring, and medical diagnosis. This is the first in-depth analysis of the process of choosing materials and components for these "electronic noses", with special emphasis on computational methods. For a view of component selection with an experimental perspective, readers may refer to the complementary volume of Integrated Microanalytical Systems entitled "Combinatorial Methodologies for Sensor Materials."

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"The book is written in a comprehensible manner. Each chapter contains descriptive examples. After a short introduction, the book gives very detailed information about scientific issues in each topic. Besides quantum mechanical principles, statistical approaches are covered as well. Therefore, all important topics for selecting sensing materials for chemical vapor sensing are covered. Owing to this excellent collection, the book is recommended for all scientists working on chemical vapor sensing." (Felix Kolarov, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, Vol. 397, May, 2010)

Table of Contents

1. INTRODUCTION: Experimental Methods In Chemical Sensor And Sensor Array Evaluation And Development 2. Electromechanical and chemical sensing at the nanoscale: DFT and transport modeling 3. Quantum Mechanics and First-Principles Molecular Dynamics Selection of Polymer Sensing Materials 4. Prediction of quartz crystal microbalance gas sensor responses using Grand Canonical Monte Carlo method 5.Computer-Aided Design of Organic Host Architectures for Selective Chemosensors 6. First Principles Molecular Modeling of Sensing Material Selection for Hybrid Biomimetic Nano-Sensors 7. Development of new sensing materials using combinatorial and high-throughput experimentation 8. Chemical Sensor Array Response Modeling Using Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationships (QSAR) Technique 9. Design and Information Content of Arrays of Sorption-based Vapor Sensors using Solubility Interactions and Linear Solvation Energy Relationships 10. A Statistical Approach to Materials Evaluation and Selection for Chemical Sensor Arrays 11. Statistical Methods for Selecting the Components of a Sensing Array 12.Hybrid Arrays for Chemical Sensing 13. Future directions

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NLS9781489984166
9781489984166
148998416X
Computational Methods for Sensor Material Selection by Margaret A. Ryan
New
Paperback
Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
2014-11-20
319
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