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Type: Artigo
Title: Heavy metal/toxins detection using electronic tongues
Author: Shimuzu, Favio M.
Braunger, Maria L.
Riul Junior, Antonio
Abstract: The growing concern for sustainability and environmental preservation has increased the demand for reliable, fast response, and low-cost devices to monitor the existence of heavy metals and toxins in water resources. An electronic tongue (e-tongue) is a multisensory array mostly based on electroanalytical methods and multivariate statistical techniques to facilitate information visualization in a qualitative and/or quantitative way. E-tongues are promising analytical devices having simple operation, fast response, low cost, easy integration with other systems (microfluidic, optical, etc) to enable miniaturization and provide a high sensitivity for measurements in complex liquid media, providing an interesting alternative to address many of the existing environmental monitoring challenges, specifically relevant emerging pollutants such as heavy metals and toxins.
Subject: Língua eletrônica
Metais pesados
Visualização de informação
Electronic tongue
Heavy metals
Information visualization
Country: Suíça
Editor: MDPI AG
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.3390/chemosensors7030036
Date Issue: 2019
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