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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 4, Number 3, September 2006

Research Articles

Design of a MEMS Accelerometer Using an Integrated Common Gate Differential MOSFET Amplifier
pp. 215-221(7)
Authors: Coe, D. J.; English, J. M.; Kaiser, T. J.; Lindquist, R. G.

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Detection of Three Pollutant Gases and Their Mixtures in a Humid Atmosphere Using a Portable Electronic Nose
pp. 222-228(7)
Authors: Strobel, Pascal; Lfakir, Abderrazak; Siadat, Maryam; Lumbreras, M.

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Design of an Electronic Nose for Selective Phosphine Detection in Cereals
pp. 229-234(6)
Authors: Forleo, Angiola; Taurino, Antonella M.; Capone, Simonetta; Epifani, Mauro; Francioso, Luca; Spadavecchia, Jolanda; Siciliano, Pietro

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The Use of Artificial Neural Network for an Optical Phenol BiosensingBased on Tyrosinase Entrapped in Chitosan Film
pp. 235-240(6)
Authors: Abdullah, Jaafar; Ahmad, Musa; Heng, Lee Yook; Karuppiah, Nadarajah; Sidek, Hamidah; Arip, Mohamad Nasir Mat

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Hake Freshness Assessment with an Electronic Nose
pp. 253-256(4)
Authors: Lamagna, Alberto; Reich, Silvia; Rodríguez, Daniel; Boselli, Alfredo

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Probing Polymerization Dynamics with Fluorescent Molecular Rotors and Magnetoelastic Sensors
pp. 257-261(5)
Authors: Haidekker, Mark A.; Lichlyter, Darcy; Johny, Manu Ben; Grimes, Craig A.

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A Simple and Inexpensive Fiber Optic Interferometer for an Atomic Force Microscope
pp. 262-265(4)
Authors: Chuang, T. M.; Delgado, M. X.; Israel, C.; Guha, A.; de Lozanne, A. L.

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Carbon Films for Humidity Sensors
pp. 281-304(24)
Authors: Łukaszewicz, Jerzy P.

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A New Bipolar Junction Transistor Base-Emitter Capacitance Model
pp. 305-311(7)
Authors: Nagy, A.; Polanco, A.; Alvarez, M.

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Conducting Polymers as Sensor Materials for the Electrochemical Detection of Pesticides
pp. 319-324(6)
Authors: Simões, Fábio Ruiz; Mattoso, Luiz Henrique Capparelli; Vaz, Carlos Manoel Pedro

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Virtual Coordinates Based Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks
pp. 325-330(6)
Authors: Chen, Min; Wang, Xiaodan; Leung, Victor C. M.; Yuan, Yong

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Communications

Initial Studies on the Hydrogen Gas Sensing Properties of Highly-Ordered High Aspect Ratio TiO2 Nanotube-Arrays 20 m to 222 m in Length
pp. 334-339(6)
Authors: Yoriya, Sorachon; Prakasam, Haripriya E.; Varghese, Oomman K.; Shankar, Karthik; Paulose, Maggie; Mor, Gopal K.; Latempa, Thomas J.; Grimes, Craig A.

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Nitrogen Monoxide Gas Sensor Operable at as Low as 250 °C
pp. 340-343(4)
Authors: Imanaka, Nobuhito; Hasegawa, Isao; Tamura, Shinji

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