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Integrated optical fluorescence multisensor for water pollution

By Ping Hua, J.Patrick Hole, James S. Wilkinson, Guenther Proll, Jens Tschmelak, Guenter Gauglitz, Michael A. Jackson, Richard Nudd, Hannah M.T. Griffith, Ramadan A. Abuknesha, Joachim Kaiser and Peter Krämmer

Abstract

A 32-analyte integrated optical multisensor for organic pollutants has been realised and tested. The sensor exploits fluorescence immunoassay in the evanescent field of channel waveguides to enable rapid, simultaneous and high-sensitivity fluorescence detection of up to 32 pollutants in water. The chemical modification used to render the surface specific to analytes allows automatic regeneration for immediate reuse. The system has been demonstrated for the key pollutant estrone and a detection limit below 1 ng/L has been achieved

Topics: QC, TK
Year: 2005
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.soton.ac.uk:16099
Provided by: e-Prints Soton
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