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Reference type: Conference Proceeding
Authors: Verma R, Gupta BD
Publication date: 2013
Article title: Surface plasmon resonance based optical fiber riboflavin sensor by using molecularly imprinted gel.
Page numbers: Art No 87941D
DOI: 10.1117/12.2026047

Editors: Jaroszewicz LR
Publisher: SPIE
Volume number: 8794
Conference information: Fifth European Workshop on Optical Fibre Sensors

Abstract: We report the fabrication and characterization of surface plasmon resonance (SPR) based optical fiber riboflavin/vitamin B2 sensor using combination of colloidal crystal templating and molecularly imprinted gel. The sensor works on spectral interrogation method. The operating range of the sensor lies from 0 μg/ml to 320 μg/ml, the suitable amount of intakes of riboflavin recommended for different age group. The SPR spectra show blue shift with increasing concentration of riboflavin, which is due to the interaction of riboflavin molecule over specific binding sites caused by molecular imprinting. The present sensor has many advantageous features such as fast response, small probe size, low cost and can be used for remote/online monitoring
Template and target information: riboflavin, vitamin B2


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