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Reference type: Book Chapter
Authors: Berrocal MJ, Johnson RD, Bachas LG
Publication date: 2009
Chapter title: Design of Molecular Recognition Elements for Environmental Potentiometric Sensors.
Chapter number: 2
Page numbers: 8-22.
DOI: 10.1021/bk-2000-0762.ch002

Book title: Chemical and Biological Sensors for Environmental Monitoring
Editors: Mulchandani A, Sadik OA
Publisher: American Chemical Society
City: Washington, DC
ISBN: 0-8412-3687-9
Series title: ACS Symposium Series
Volume number: 762

Abstract: The selectivity of a potentiometric sensor is generally derived from the nature of the molecular recognition element on which the sensor is based. Complex stability, orientation/preorganization, chemical composition, and steric effects all play important roles in governing the selectivity of recognition elements. Thus, a logical approach to custom design of recognition elements is imperative to achieving high sensor selectivity. Various strategies for attaining high sensor selectivity toward environmentally important species, especially anions, via rational design of molecular recognition elements are discussed

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