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Smartphones for Chemical Analysis: From Proof-of-concept to Analytical Applications

1st Edition, Volume 101 - April 21, 2023

Editors: Joost Laurus Dinant Nelis, Aristeidis S. Tsagkaris

Language: English
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Smartphones for Chemical Analysis: From Proof-of-Concept to Analytical Applications, Volume 101 in the Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry series, highlights new advances in this broadening field, with chaters that cover Smartphone-based assay benchmarking using traditional instrumental analysis, Smartphone-based water analysis, Sample preparation in smartphone-based analysis: Current status and challenges, Application of smartphone-based analysis in the medical field, Smartphone-based biosensors in the food analysis field, Bioreceptors for smartphone detection, Smartphone "anatomy": Features used for ubiquitous sensing, and much more.

Additional chapters cover End-user integration for at-home analysis, Hyphenating paper-based biosensors with smartphones, Smartphone based Fluorescent and chemiluminescent sensing, Smartphones for portable surface enhanced raman spectroscopy, Towards a universal applicable photonics approach and sustainable spectral data, Integrating blockchain and image analyses on smartphones to create a secure food export pipeline, Smartphone-based electrochemical (bio)sensors: state of the art and perspective, Micro-and nanoplastic detection through a point of site platform platform, and Benchmarking using ambient mass spectrometry.