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Integrated, paper-based potentiometric electronic tongue for the analysis of beer and wine

A new publication in Analytica Chimica Acta appeared describing paper-based discrimination of beer and wine samples using an electronic tongue. Although Emilia’s affiliation is still from the Brazilian institution UNICAMP it is of course still worth mentioning. This is the second article describing paper-based electronic tongues with electrochemical detection; the […]

Hierarchical 3-dimensional nickel–iron nanosheet arrays on carbon fiber paper as a novel electrode for non-enzymatic glucose sensing

A paper with Martin as one of the corresponding authors was just published in Nanoscale describing the formation of a new electrode material of nickel-iron nanosheets on a carbon paper. The material is made by hydrothermal decomposition of FeCl2 and  of Ni(NO3)2 in an autoclave vessel. Depending on the ratio of […]