Special Issue "Electrochemical Sensors for Biometrics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 March 2022.
Interests: electrochemical sensors; plant analysis; pharmaceutic analysis; chemical fingerprinting; pattern recognition
Interests: electrochemical sensor; electrocatalytic systems; DNA biosensors; enzymatic biosensor; fuel cell and supercapacitors
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Electrochemical sensors have important applications in the field of electrochemistry. Electrochemical sensors can detect substances starting from ions up to large molecules. Some of these electrochemical sensors have successfully entered the market, such as blood glucose meters and uric acid meters. In recent years, electrochemical sensors have become more important in the field of detection, rather than just in targeting those specific substances, and they have also played an important role in complex biometrics.
This Special Issue invites original research papers and review articles proposing developments in electrochemical sensors for biometrics from different basic and applied research topics, including identification of biological units, plant identification, and food identification. We also welcome the novel electrochemical sensor preparation for new important targets in biological, environmental, food, and forensic samples (liquid, solid, semi-solid, or gas samples).
Dr. Li Fu
Dr. Hassan Karimi-Maleh
Manuscript Submission Information
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- novel materials
- sensor fabrication