Micro total analysis systems : proceedings of the [Mu] TAS '94 Workshop, held at MESA Research Institute, University of Twente, The Netherlands, 21-22 November 1994 /
edited by A. van den Berg and P. Bergveld.
Dordrecht ; Boston : Kluwer Academic Publishers, c1995.
x, 311 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
0792332172 (acid-free paper)
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Dordrecht ; Boston : Kluwer Academic Publishers, c1995.
0792332172 (acid-free paper)
general note
On t.p. TAS is preceded by the Greek alphabet letter [Mu].
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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Main Description
The use of silicon-based microsystems for chemical analysis is one of the most promising concepts in the recent developments in micro system technology (MST). It is expected that chemical sensors will be increasingly integrated in so-called miniaturized total analysis systems (muTAS), a concept first presented by Ciba-Geigy. In such systems, all steps in a chemical determination, from sampling to detection and data treatment, are integrated in one miniature instrument. muTAS offer a variety of advantages over conventional analysis systems such as improved analytical performance, reduced reagent and power consumption, small size, possibility of new and more complicated functions, higher reliability and lower fabrication costs. Application of muTAS may be found in fields like process industry, environmental monitoring, medical diagnostics, aeronautics, automotive industry, etc.
Table of Contents
The Challenge of Developing [actual symbol not reproducible]TASp. 1
[actual symbol not reproducible]-TAS: Miniaturized Total Chemical Analysis Systemsp. 5
Chances of [actual symbol not reproducible]TAS in Analytical Chemistryp. 29
[actual symbol not reproducible]TAS for Biochemical Analysisp. 37
Detection Principles for [actual symbol not reproducible]-TASp. 47
Microfabricated Liquid Handling Elementsp. 71
Micromechanical Components for [actual symbol not reproducible]TASp. 73
Material Science for Future (Bio-)Chemical Microsystems: The Key Role of Tailoring Interfacesp. 85
Optical Microsystems for (Bio)Chemical Analysisp. 95
Integration of Analytical Systems Incorporating Chemical Reactions and Electrophoretic Separationp. 105
Flow Injection Microsystems - There is a Past But Where is the Future?p. 117
Micromachined Flow-through Measurement Chambers Using Laps Chemical Sensorsp. 127
Development of a PCR Microreactorp. 139
Application of Miniature Analyzers: From Microfluidic Components to [actual symbol not reproducible]TASp. 141
Microanalysis Systems for Gasesp. 153
Bonding and Assembling Methods for Realizing a [actual symbol not reproducible]TASp. 165
Microsystems for Analysis in Flowing Solutionsp. 181
Combined Blood Gas Sensor for pO[subscript 2], pCO[subscript 2] and pHp. 191
A Fluid Handling and Injection Microsystem for a [actual symbol not reproducible]TASp. 195
Design of an Adaptive Unsupervised Hybrid Microsystem for Artificial Olfactionp. 199
Integration of an Amperometric Glucose Sensor in a [actual symbol not reproducible]-TASp. 203
Electric Field Mediated Cell Manipulation, Characterisation and Cultivation in Highly Conductive Mediap. 209
Electrochemical Microanalytical System for Ionometric Measurementsp. 215
Modular Potentiometric Measuring System for the Development and Comfortable Testing of Miniaturized Ion Sensorsp. 219
A Novel Sampling Technique for Total Analysis Systemsp. 223
A Micromachined Glucose Oxidase Enzyme Reactorp. 227
First Steps of [actual symbol not reproducible]TAS in Latviap. 233
Microreactor with Integrated Static Mixer and Analysis Systemp. 237
Microelectrode Arrays as Transducers for Microanalysis Systemsp. 245
A Stacked Multichannel Amperometric Detection Systemp. 249
Components for Microfluidic Handling Modulesp. 255
Development of a Micro Flow-System with Integrated Biosensor Arrayp. 259
Temperature Controller for [actual symbol not reproducible]TAS Applicationsp. 263
Redox-Sensitive Field-Effect Transistors as Transducers for Micro-Analysis Systemsp. 267
Performance of the Coulometric Sensor-Actuator Device Improved by [actual symbol not reproducible]TASp. 273
Concept of a Miniaturised System for Multi-Component Gas Analysis Based on Non-Dispersive Infrared Techniquesp. 279
A Double Chemfet Flow Cell System for Detection of Heavy Metal Ions and Integration in [actual symbol not reproducible]TASp. 283
Components and Technology for a Fluidic-ISFET-Microsystemp. 289
An On-Chip Miniature Liquid Chromatography System: Design, Construction and Characterizationp. 295
A Microsystem Mass Spectrometerp. 299
Authors Indexp. 305
Subject Indexp. 307
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