nanoHUB-U: Principles of Electronic Nanobiosensors

nanoHUB-U: Principles of Electronic Nanobiosensors

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  • Lecture 3.8: Amperometric Sensors - Glucose Sensors II 1. Lecture 3.8: Amperometric Sens… 0
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  • Outline 2. Outline 46.846846846846852
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  • Now let us focus on the right 3. Now let us focus on the right 110.61061061061062
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  • Glucose sensing 4. Glucose sensing 170.60393727060395
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  • Michaelis-Menten Equations 5. Michaelis-Menten Equations 198.16483149816483
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  • Michaelis-Menten Equation 6. Michaelis-Menten Equation 487.45412078745414
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  • Steady-State response: high concentration 7. Steady-State response: high co… 618.05138471805139
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  • Validation of Glucose response 8. Validation of Glucose response 774.240907574241
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  • Outline 9. Outline 876.67667667667672
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  • Let us focus on the diffusion limits 10. Let us focus on the diffusion … 929.16249582916248
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  • Bulk amperometry: Glucose/O2 diffusion 11. Bulk amperometry: Glucose/O2 d… 995.82916249582922
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  • Oxidation-Reaction with Diffusion 12. Oxidation-Reaction with Diffus… 1077.7777777777778
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  • Derive the relationship 13. Derive the relationship 1144.2108775442109
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  • Recall: Diffusion Capacitance 14. Recall: Diffusion Capacitance 1317.917917917918
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  • Recall: Diffusion Capacitance 15. Recall: Diffusion Capacitance 1370.9376042709378
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  • Electrode geometry and Amperometric response 16. Electrode geometry and Amperom… 1397.1304637971305
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  • Validation: Experimental results 17. Validation: Experimental resul… 1597.5642308975644
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  • Conclusions 18. Conclusions 1658.3917250583918
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L3.8: Sensitivity - Amperometric Sensors: Glucose Sensors II

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