Novel Ca2+ interdigited microelectrodes based on self-assembled monolayers of a new calix[4]arene crown-5 derivate

Abstract : A kinetic study of the ionic interaction along the molecular recognition process of a self-assembled monolayer (SAM) based on calixarene molecules with calcium ion is reported. For this study we have used interdigited electrodes (IDEs) developed with silicon technology, functionalized with a SAM of new calix[4]arene derivative. Variations in conductance due to the changes in the charge-transfer resistance produced by the ion recognition are measured using a Lock-In Amplifier.
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M.R. Sergio, I. Marques de Oliveira, N. Zine, Francis Vocanson, J. Bausells, et al.. Novel Ca2+ interdigited microelectrodes based on self-assembled monolayers of a new calix[4]arene crown-5 derivate. Eurosensors XXII, 2008, Dresde, Germany. ⟨ujm-00350897⟩

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