4 edition of Polymer films in sensor applications found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||TA165 .H29 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 435 p. :|
|Number of Pages||435|
|LC Control Number||94061559|
Polymer-based MEMS and NEMS sensors take advantage of simple low-temperature spin-coating process for depositing various sensitive polymer layers on a variety of sensing devices. Review on material, specification and preparation method of the polymers along with their molecular structures is presented in this by: This paper presents the possibility of applying a soft polymer coating by means of a layer-by-layer (LbL) technique to highly birefringent polymer optical fibers designed for laminating in composite materials. In contrast to optical fibers made of pure silica glass, polymer optical fibers are manufactured without a soft polymer coating. In typical sensor applications, the absence of a buffer Cited by: 1.
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sensors in diverse applications. Today, PIEZOELECTRIC POLYMER SENSORS are among the fastest growing of the technologies within the $18 billion worldwide sensor market. Like any new technology, there have been an extraordinary number of applications where "PIEZO FILM" has been considered for the sensor solution. Manufacturing and Novel Applications of Multilayer Polymer Films discusses the advancements in multilayer technology, including its capability to produce hundreds of layers in a single film by a melt coextrusion process. These engineered films can have significantly enhanced performance properties, allowing films to be made thinner, stronger, and with better sealing properties.
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Polymer films now play an essential and growing role in sensors. Recent advances in polymer science and film preparation have made polymer films useful, practical and economical in a wide range of sensor designs and applications.
Further, the continuing miniaturization of microelectronics favors the use of polymer thin films in sensors. This new book is the first comprehensive presentation of this Format: Hardcover.
Recent advances in polymer science and film preparation have made polymer films useful, practical and economical in a wide range of sensor designs and applications. Further, the continuing miniaturization of microelectronics favors the use of polymer thin films in sensors.
This new book is the first comprehensive presentation of this technology. Polymer Films in Sensor Applications - CRC Press Book Polymer films now play an essential and growing role in sensors.
Recent advances in polymer science and film preparation have made polymer films useful, practical and economical in a wide range of sensor designs and applications. This chapter discusses the typical device structures that can be used to measure the changes in the properties of the polymer films.
The most important structures can be categorized into the following groups: impedance-type sensors, semiconductor-based sensors, resonant sensors, chemical sensors, calorimetric sensors, and fibre-optic : Gabor Harsanyi. Electronically conducting and semiconducting polymers have attracted a great deal of interest as sensing layers applied in sensors.
There are two types: composites that contain an electrically insulating polymer matrix loaded with a Polymer films in sensor applications book filler and polymers that are intrinsically conducting or can be made so by by: 1. Polymer films in sensor applications – technology, materials, Devices and their characteristics.
By Gárbor Harsányi, Technomic, Lancaster, PAxxvi, pp., softcover, ISBN 1‐‐‐4Author: Franz L. Dickert. Polymer Films: Properties, Performance and Applications (Materials Science and Technologies) [Romano, Stefan A., Somners, George P.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Polymer Films: Properties, Performance and Applications (Materials Science and Technologies)Format: Hardcover. Polymeric materials have gained a wide theoretical interest and practical application in sensor technology.
They can be used for very different purposes and may offer unique possibilities. The paper gives a broad summary about the sensor structures and sensing polymer films used in a wide variety of by: The relaxation of glassy thin polymer films is of paramount importance for a variety of applications such as, coating, sensors, adhesives, and organic solar cells   .
Although there is. Furthermore, attention is drawn to the trends and challenges present in this field of study, and examples of some real-time applications are given among varied types of polymer-based sensors.
Types of polymer-based sensors Temperature sensorsCited by: Polymers, Sensors Abstract Polymeric materials have gained a wide theoretical interest and practical application in sensor technology.
They can be used for very different purposes and may offer unique possibilities. The paper gives a broad summary about the sensor structures and sensing polymer films used in a wide variety of sensors. Finally File Size: 94KB. Both polymer brushes and films have been widely used in sensor applications, and the ability to control the orientation of these surfaces could increase stability and reproducibility in sensor.
Film Extrusion Manual iii Preface Film Extrusion Manual is the result of four years of intensive team effort to update the publication.
The undertaking of this. Chapter 3 - The Fabrication and Development of Molecularly Imprinted Polymer-based Sensors for Environmental Application. Shunsheng Cao, Juanrong Chen, Fang Long. Pages 57 - Select Chapter 4 - Molecularly Imprinted Overoxidized Polypyrrole Films for Sensor Applications from Enantiorecognition to Trace Analysis.
Polymer-based sensors are macromolecules that show a measureable change in a property in response to a stimulus in their environment, such as a particular molecule. Introduction Chemical and biological sensors work by interacting with analytes in their environment, which results in a change in an observable property to indicate the presence of.
Polymeric and other organic thin films and multilayers are important for a wide range of applications, including electronics, optoelectronics and sensors. Thin polymer films can be deposited by a variety of techniques that range in their complexity and applicability.
The choice of deposition technique to use depends upon the physi. Electroactive Polymers for Robotics Applications covers the fundamental properties, modelling and demonstration of EAPs in robotic applications, focusing particularly on artificial muscles and sensors.
Ionic Polymer–Metal Composite Actuators and Dielectric Elastomers are discussed within the book with chapters on their properties and their. Thin polymer films have numerous technological applications in various industrial and biomedical sectors related to protective and functional coatings, non-fouling biosurfaces, biocompatibility of medical implants, separations, advanced membranes, microfluidics, sensors & devices, adhesion, lubrication and friction modification.
Intrinsically conducting polymers (ICPs) have been widely utilized in organic electronics, actuators, electrochromic devices, and sensors. Many potential applications demand the formation of thin polymer films, which can be generated by electrochemical polymerization. Electrochemical methods are quite powerful and versatile and can be utilized for investigation of ICPs, both for educational Cited by: 1.
Polymer films in sensor applications: technology, materials, devices and their characteristics. T1 - Polymer films in sensor applications. T2 - A review of present uses and future possibilities. AU - Harsányi, Gábor. PY - /1/1.
Y1 - /1/1. N2 - Polymeric materials have gained a wide theoretical interest and practical application in sensor technology. They can be used for very different purposes and may offer unique by: Very thin film materials have emerged as a highly interesting and useful quasi 2D-state functionality.
They have given rise to numerous applications ranging from protective and smart coatings to electronics, sensors and display technology as well as serving biological, analytical and medical purposes.
The tailoring of polymer film properties and functions has become a major research field. .Polymer Science. This book explains the following topics: Polymers and the Environment, Emulsion Polymerization, Polymer Science Approach to Physico-Chemical Characterization and Processing of Pulse Seeds, Polymer Characterization with the Atomic Force Microscope, Nonconventional Method of Polymer Patterning, The Properties and Application of Carbon Nanostructures, Electrokinetic .