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Electrochemical sensors; Types and applications in the food industry

kurush sharifi, Sajad Pirsa
2020 Chemical review and letters  
Identifying these technologies and expanding them is very important for industrial societies. One of the new methods for analyzing and measuring materials in trace levels is electrochemical sensors.  ...  These sensors have been very effective in measuring and determining compounds and are being developed using new techniques.  ...  Interpretation and preparation of calibration with wide linear ranges showed that this sensor has the appropriate sensitivity for differential pulse voltage measurement for DA and AC.  ... 
doi:10.22034/crl.2020.240962.1073 doaj:559d095c8d844fbab0331bf330475ea4 fatcat:kkg7izndcjcolilbexfkdnu5ce

Theory, Instrumentation and Applications of Magnetoelastic Resonance Sensors: A Review

Craig A. Grimes, Somnath C. Roy, Sanju Rani, Qingyun Cai
2011 Sensors  
This paper builds upon a review paper we published in Sensors in 2002 (Grimes, C.A.; et al.  ...  Thick-film magnetoelastic sensors vibrate mechanically in response to a time varying magnetic excitation field.  ...  the milk quality.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s110302809 pmid:22163768 pmcid:PMC3231618 fatcat:zxqhb7mzcvc4difhe2uygg65yy

Optical Fiber Sensors for Chemical and Biological Measurements [chapter]

Miguel A., Olaya Gonzlez, Jos R.
2013 Current Developments in Optical Fiber Technology  
Author details Miguel A. Pérez, Olaya González and José R. Arias University of Oviedo, Spain  ...  Milk quality sensors based upon optical fibers Daily measurement of nutritional milk parameters could be used for cow selection, cow feed tuning in order to increase economic efficiency, and milk differentiation  ...  The developed sensor shown in Figure is a reflectance optical fiber sensor that consists of a stainless steel tube, optical fibers for light conduction from a light emitter to the milk to a light receiver  ... 
doi:10.5772/52741 fatcat:xipl5w6ouzh2bapjieci4lc5zy

Developments in nanoparticles for use in biosensors to assess food safety and quality

Keith Warriner, Subrayal M. Reddy, Azadeh Namvar, Suresh Neethirajan
2014 Trends in Food Science & Technology  
As a consequence, research has been directed towards miniaturization thereby reducing the sample volume to nanolitres.  ...  The following will provide an overview on how advances in nanoparticle technology have contributed towards developing biosensors to screen for safety and quality markers associated with foods.  ...  sincerely thank the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (400929), National Centre of Food Protection & Defense (DHS 4392) and the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food (200154) for  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tifs.2014.07.008 fatcat:jt5mzvfhu5bo5chcfhbdjd7ije

Biosensors Based on Graphene [chapter]

2021 Industrial Applications of Green Solvents - Volume I  
Today, development of rapid and sensitive methods for direct detection of foodborne pathogens appeared as crucial matter due to their impact on human health.  ...  The scope of this chapter is to provide a brief history of the electrochemical biosensors used for the detection of microbial pathogens and recent progress of graphene used in electrochemical biosensors  ...  The physical change induced by target analyte's interaction were measured in real-time and product of biochemical reactions are detected by the sensor in direct and indirect detection system, respectively  ... 
doi:10.21741/9781644901076-3 fatcat:mergsknlerhofpqmqgyaoh4toq

Biosensors: Design, Classification, and Applications in the Food Industry

Elena- Korotkaya-
2014 Foods and Raw Materials  
The main areas of application of biosensors in the food industry-food safety and quality assessment, process monitoring, and others-are considered.  ...  Methods of immobilization of biological components, namely, adsorption, microencapsulation, inclusion, cross-linking, and covalent binding are briefly characterized.  ...  For example, a method for determining microtoxin traces has been developed for milk quality control.  ... 
doi:10.12737/5476 fatcat:oe5xhfdtkjblxifezybpsmfbby

Impedimetric immunosensors—A review

Mamas I. Prodromidis
2010 Electrochimica Acta  
measuring signals, are also presented.  ...  the theoretical background of impedimetric biosensors and presents different types of impedimetric immunosensors along with the instrumental approaches that have been so far proposed in the literature for  ...  were successfully used for the direct detection of S. typhimurium in milk samples.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.electacta.2009.01.081 fatcat:xj3fyrjvjrchrapqqob27klfii

Molecularly Imprinted Polymers Combined with Electrochemical Sensors for Food Contaminants Analysis

Dounia Elfadil, Abderrahman Lamaoui, Flavio Della Pelle, Aziz Amine, Dario Compagnone
2021 Molecules  
A brief introduction on MIPs and electrochemical sensors is given; followed by a discussion of the recent achievements for various MIPs-based electrochemical sensors for food contaminants analysis.  ...  This paper critically reviews and discusses the recent progress in MIP-based electrochemical sensors for food safety.  ...  Besides impedance, direct measurement of conductivity has been also reported in the realization of a MIP-based atrazine sensor [43] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/molecules26154607 pmid:34361757 pmcid:PMC8347609 fatcat:y5r3qvn2bjcdtckw6ukd65w54e

RFID Tag as a Sensor - A Review on the Innovative Designs and Applications

Zhaozong Meng, Zhen Li
2016 Measurement Science Review  
The battery free RFID tags are used as independent electromagnetic sensors or energy harvesting and data transmission interface of sensor modules for different measurement purposes.  ...  The comprehensive discussion of RFID sensor technology will be inspirational and useful for academic and industrial communities in investigating, developing, and applying RFID for various measurement applications  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like thank all staff and students in the microwave sensor laboratory of University of Manchester.  ... 
doi:10.1515/msr-2016-0039 fatcat:7ietdziltvfbporpchnikog52y

A voltammetric e-tongue tool for the emulation of the sensorial analysis and the discrimination of vegetal milks

Lluis Pascual, Marisa Gras, Daniel Vidal-Brotóns, Miguel Alcañiz, Ramón Martínez-Máñez, Jose V. Ros-Lis
2018 Sensors and actuators. B, Chemical  
A voltammetric e-tongue tool for the emulation of the sensorial analysis and the discrimination of vegetal milks. Sensors and Actuators B Chemical. 270:231-238.  ...  In this context, a methodology to perform the sensorial analysis of vegetable milks (oat, soya, rice, almond and tiger nut), based on 12 parameters, was validated.  ...  Voltammetric sensors are advantageous devices for multicomponent measurements thanks to their high selectivity and sensitivity, high signal-to-noise ratio, low limits of detection, and their various measurement  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.snb.2018.04.151 fatcat:67gwnbaj55cgzk7i44764ruuaq

Electronic Tongues Employing Electrochemical Sensors

Manel del Valle
2010 Electroanalysis  
This new concept in the electroanalysis sensor field entails the use of chemical sensor arrays coupled with chemometric processing tools, as a mean to improve sensors performance.  ...  The revision is organized according to the electroanalytical technique used for transduction, namely, potentiometry, voltammetry/amperometry or electrochemical impedance.  ...  First attempts, done with a voltammetric array of metal electrodes, were directed to the classification of raw milk sources, the monitoring of clean conditions [117] , and also the estimation of milk  ... 
doi:10.1002/elan.201000013 fatcat:726dteyrindd3ikphmrva3wfoy

New insights into the association between lameness, behavior, and performance in Simmental cows

Katharina Grimm, Bernhard Haidn, Michael Erhard, Marlene Tremblay, Dörte Döpfer
2019 Journal of Dairy Science  
for their support in data processing and for providing us with their system.  ...  We thank the Bavarian State Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Forestry for funding this study.  ...  Milk yield was measured by the milking robot, which had a built-in scale to measure LW at every milking.  ... 
doi:10.3168/jds.2018-15035 fatcat:sztgag2lorgn5npfpjjwkhzdme

A nanocomposite based on multi-walled carbon nanotubes grafted by molecularly imprinted poly(methacrylic acid–hemin) as a peroxidase-like catalyst for biomimetic sensing of acetaminophen

Ederson dos Santos Moretti, Juliana de Fátima Giarola, Michele Kuceki, Maiyara Carolyne Prete, Arnaldo César Pereira, César Ricardo Teixeira Tarley
2016 RSC Advances  
In the present study the synthesis of a nanocomposite based on multi-walled carbon nanotubes grafted by poly(methacrylic acid–hemin) is described.  ...  In this study, a molecularly imprinted polypyrrole (PPy) was fabricated for the determination of tobramycin (TOB) in egg and milk.  ...  a layer of conductive lm of molecularly imprinted poly(p-aminobenzene sulfonic acid) (pABSA) on the surface of glassy carbon electrode for the determination of AC. 26 In a similar study, Luo et al.  ... 
doi:10.1039/c6ra02150f fatcat:ojb4s6fctrcqhfa4rf5tezgxie

A Comprehensive Review of Integrated Hall Effects in Macro-, Micro-, Nanoscales, and Quantum Devices

Avi Karsenty
2020 Sensors  
Such an up-to-date review may serve the scientific community as a basis for novel research oriented to new nanoscale devices, modules, and Process Development Kit (PDK) markets.  ...  A comprehensive review of the main existing devices, based on the classic and new related Hall Effects is hereby presented.  ...  Robotics, Motion 2016 Flow rate sensors [89,90] Measure flow rate of fluids or air. Self-service gas stations sharing demand for pumps with remote reading. Monitoring milk yield.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s20154163 pmid:32726938 pmcid:PMC7435814 fatcat:3qliuyupjfccnllgpnkuy6cixq

Hybrid Silicon Nanowire Devices and Their Functional Diversity

Larysa Baraban, Bergoi Ibarlucea, Eunhye Baek, Gianaurelio Cuniberti
2019 Advanced Science  
Their application areas span from miniaturized elements of devices and circuits to ultrasensitive biosensors for diagnostics.  ...  The second group is represented by devices for optoelectronics that acquire higher optical sensitivity or efficiency due to the specific photosensitive decoration of the nanowires.  ...  for 60 h in simulated milk.  ... 
doi:10.1002/advs.201900522 pmid:31406669 pmcid:PMC6685480 fatcat:lzjyp3mpuzbxvonrsxgqufjgae
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