Electrochemical Sensors

Electrochemical sensors comprise of two or more electrodes between which an electrolyte is located. If the sought-after substances are detected, one of the electrodes undergoes an electrochemical (redox) reaction, resulting in the voltage difference triggering a sensor signal that can be used to determine the concentration of the substance in question.

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Thin-film electronic electrolyte sensors

 

Electrochemical Transducer

 

Photoacoustic Detection Of Atmospheric Gases Using Micro Tuning Forks

 

Fiber Coupled Microsensors For Trace Gas Sensing

 

Implantable Sensor To Measure Liquor Pressure

 

Integrated Capacitive Pressure Sensors

 

Universal Sensor For Allergens And Biomarkers

 

in SITU (S)TEM of specimens in liquid environment