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Volume 4, Number 3, September 2006

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Research Articles

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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

Communications

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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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