Sensors Set: A Comprehensive Survey

Sensors Set: A Comprehensive Survey

Editor(s): W. Göpel, J. Hesse, J. N. Zemel

Published Online: 29 APR 2008

Print ISBN: 9783527265381

Online ISBN: 9783527619269

DOI: 10.1002/9783527619269

About this Book

Sensors is the first self-contained series to deal with the whole area of sensors. It describes general aspects, technical and physical fundamentals, construction, function, applications and developments of the various types of sensors.

Consisting of nine volumes altogether, with eight dedicated to various topics and the ninth as cumulative index, each volume offers in-depth information in one particular field within sensor technology.

The entire set is an indispensable reference work for both specialists and newcomers, researchers and developers working in this interdisciplinary field that ranges from research to commercial application.

Table of contents

  1. Part I: Fundamentals and General Aspects

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  2. Part I: Fundamentals and General Aspects - I Sensor Fundamentals

  3. Part I: Fundamentals and General Aspects - II Basic Sensor Technologies

  4. Part I: Fundamentals and General Aspects - III Sensor Interfaces

  5. Part I: Fundamentals and General Aspects - IV Sensor Applications

  6. Part II: Chemical and Biochemical Sensors

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    2. Chapter 2

      Historical Remarks (pages 29–59)

      Wolfgang Göpel, T. A. Jones†, Wolfgang Göpel, Jay N. Zemel and Tetsuro Seiyama

    3. Chapter 8

      Solid-State Electrochemical Sensors (pages 341–428)

      Michel Kleitz, Elisabeth Siebert, Pierre Fabry and Jacques Fouletier

    4. Chapter 10

      Field Effect Chemical Sensors (pages 467–528)

      Ingemar Lundström, Albert van den Berg, Bartholomeus H. van der Schoot, Hendrik H. van den Vlekkert, Mårten Armgarth and Claes I. Nylander

    5. Chapter 12

      Optochemical Sensors (pages 573–645)

      Otto S. Wolfbeis, Gilbert Boisdé and Günter Gauglitz

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  7. Part III: Chemical and Biochemical Sensors: Part II

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    2. Chapter 1

      Specific Features of Biosensors (pages 717–817)

      Hanns-Ludwig Schmidt, Wolfgang Schuhmann, Tu München, Friedrich W. Scheller and Florian Schubert

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  8. Part IV: Thermal Sensors

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  9. Part V: Magnetic Sensors

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    2. Chapter 11

      Applications (pages 447–476)

      Michael R. J. Gibbs and Patrick T. Squire

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  10. Part VI: Optical Sensors

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  11. Part VI: Optical Sensors - I Physical Properties

  12. Part VI: Optical Sensors - II Concepts and Techniques

  13. Part VI: Optical Sensors - III Optical Sensing of Physical and Chemical Quantities

    1. Chapter 16

      Integrated Optic Sensors (pages 399–420)

      Albrecht Brandenburg, Vladimir Hinkov and Werner Konz

  14. Part VI: Optical Sensors - IV Applications and Optical Sensing Systems

  15. Part VII: Mechanical Sensors

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  16. Part VII: Mechanical Sensors - I Physical and Technical Principles

  17. Part VII: Mechanical Sensors - II Mechanical Measurands

  18. Part VIII: Micro- and Nanosensor Technology/Trends in Sensor Markets

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  19. Part VIII: Micro- and Nanosensor Technology/Trends in Sensor Markets - I Micro- and Nanotechnology

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      Three-Dimensional Microsensor Technology (pages 78–133)

      H.-J. Ache, J. Bürck, W. Faubel, W. Hoffmann, J. Reichert, W. Menz, B. Büstgens, J. Mohr, C. Müller, W. Schomberg and M. Strohrmann

    2. Chapter 6

      High-Temperature Microsensors (pages 181–219)

      J. Gerblinger, K. H. Haerdtl, H. Meixner and Robert Aigner

  20. Part VIII: Micro- and Nanosensor Technology/Trends in Sensor Markets - II Sensor Markets

  21. Part IX: Cumulative Index

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