Deivy Wilson

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This work describes the use of an array of potentiometric sensors and an artificial neural network response model to determine perchlorate and sulfide ions in polluted waters, by what is known as an electronic tongue. Sensors used have been all-solid-state PVC membrane selective electrodes, where their ionophores were different metal-phtalocyanine complexes(More)
This manuscript describes two MEMS based optical sensors for wall shear stress and velocity measurements in flow fields. Experimental results obtained with the wall shear stress sensor, the MicroS 3 , are compared with boundary layer velocity measurements obtained with a traversing laser Doppler anemometer. Preliminary velocity measurements conducted with(More)
All-solid-state sensors with polyvinyl chloride (PVC)-based membranes using off-the-shelf N-hydroxysuccinimide (NHS) and succinimide (Succ) ionophores were prepared using DOP (dioctyl phthalate) and NPOE (ortho-nitrophenyloctyl ether) as plasticizers. Good responses were obtained when NHS was used. The potentiometric response of the proposed electrode is(More)
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