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The growing interest and activity in the field of sensor technologies requires a forum for rapid dissemination of important results: Sensor Letters is that forum. Sensor Letters offers scientists, engineers and medical experts timely, peer-reviewed research on sensor science and technology of the highest quality. Sensor Letters publish original rapid communications, full papers and timely state-of-the-art reviews encompassing the fundamental and applied research on sensor science and technology in all fields of science, engineering, and medicine. Highest priority will be given to short communications reporting important new scientific and technological findings.

Publisher: American Scientific Publishers

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Volume 3, Number 3, September 2005

Review

Carbon Nanotube Based Electronic and Electrochemical Sensors
pp. 183-193(11)
Authors: Moulton, S. E.; Minett, A. I.; Wallace, G. G.

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Research Articles

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Utilizing a Quartz Crystal Microbalance for Quantifying CD4+ T Cell Counts
pp. 211-215(5)
Authors: Bachelder, Eric M.; Ainslie, Kristy M.; Pishko, Michael V.

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Nonlinear Effects in Magnetoelastic Sensors
pp. 222-224(3)
Authors: Zeng, Kefeng; Tep, Kong Chhay; Grimes, Craig A.

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Chemically Modified Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM) Tips
pp. 231-236(6)
Authors: Nishino, Tomoaki; Umezawa, Yoshio

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A Ratiometric Fluorophotometer for Fluorescence-Based Viscosity Measurement with Molecular Rotors
pp. 237-243(7)
Authors: Milich, K.; Akers, W.; Haidekker, M. A.

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Voltammetric Response of Phenylboronic Acid Polymer-Modified Gold Electrode to Sugars
pp. 244-247(4)
Authors: Takahashi, Shigehiro; Anzai, Jun-Ichi

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Fiber-Optic Thermometer Based on Thermal Radiation from Holmium Doped SiO2
pp. 248-251(4)
Authors: Katsumata, T.; Iguchi, T.; Morita, K.; Aizawa, H.; Komuro, S.; Morikawa, T.

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Capacitive Response of Doped CuO/ZnO Heterocontacts to Hydrogen
pp. 258-262(5)
Authors: Kwon, Seunghwa; Aygün, Seymen; Cann, David P.

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