Biosensing with U-Shaped Fiber Smeared With Gold Nanoparticles
Dr. E. Gajendran, Dr. J. Vignesh & Dr. S. R. Boselin Prabhu, “Biosensing With U-Shaped Fiber Smeared With Gold Nanoparticles”, International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Modern Education, Volume 3, Issue 1, Page Number 410-413, 2017.
4 Pages Posted: 2 Jun 2017
Date Written: June 1, 2017
Biosensors are logical devices composed of a recognition component of biological origin and a physico-chemical transducer. Immobilization plays a foremost character in developing the biosensor by incorporating both the above mentioned mechanisms. In this paper, an analytical review of fiber optic sensors and biosensors towards real world applications for environmental and clinical monitoring have been reviewed.
The establishment of sensor systems has elated recompenses such as measurement in flammable and explosive atmospheres, resistance to electrical noises, trimness, geometrical suppleness, measurement of slight sample volumes, remote sensing in unreachable sites or harsh atmospheres and multi-sensing.
Keywords: Fiber-Optic Sensor, Chemical Sensor, Enzymatic Sensor, Complete Cell Biosensor, Control of Biologicals, Tapered Optical Fiber, Optical Chemical Sensor, Chemical Equilibrium, Biosensors, Physico- Chemical Transducer & Environmental and Clinical Monitoring
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