Project information

Research of new detection systems based on sensor arrays for application in speciation analysis

Project Identification
ME09065
Project Period
4/2009 - 12/2012
Investor / Pogramme / Project type
Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the CR
MU Faculty or unit
Faculty of Science
Keywords
Analytical chemistry; supramolecular chemistry; speciation analysis; sensors; molecular spectroscopy (absorption; fluorescence); chemometrics; artificial neural networks

Proposed project is focused on development of new optical chemosensors utilizing principles of supramolecular and bioanalytical chemistry and will be suitable among others for detection metal ions and inorganic/organic anions. In colaboration with US partner, the goal of the project is the design of fluorescent thin-film based chemosensors that display superior chemical stability and analytical metrological parameters. Such microsensors can be utilized in inexpensive analytical devices (sensor microarrays, optodes) useful for in situ/remote speciation analysis. The composition and construction of these devices will be optimized for use in a simultaneous multicomponent analysis of various test samples (e.g. natural and industrial waters, mineral waters, drinks, biofluids, etc.) The signal output from the microsensors will be analyzed by advanced chemometrical techniques in order to obtain the maximal information content from recorded data. Various chemometrics techniques will be evaluated, namely arti

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Total number of publications: 47


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