Lukasz Tymecki

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Various planar technologies are employed for developing solid-state sensors having low cost, small size and high reproducibility; thinand thick-film technologies are most suitable for such productions. Screen-printing is especially suitable due to its simplicity, low-cost, high reproducibility and efficiency in large-scale production. This technology(More)
Two compact optoelectronic fluorimetric devices operating according to the paired-emitter-detector-diode concept have been developed. The fluorimetric detector, fabricated of three light emitting diodes only, has been applied for the development of fluorimetric optosensor by further integration with sensing solid phase. In these investigations as a model(More)
A miniature flow-through detector useful for bimodal, photometric and fluorimetric, determination of phosphates has been developed. This optoelectronic device made of four light emitting diodes (LEDs) integrated in the form of 85 µL optical cell is easily applied in flow analysis manifolds. These LEDs play the roles of light source for photometric(More)
A one-step carbodiimide method was found to allow covalent binding of enzymes to the inner wall of poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC) tubing. The immobilization is performed under mild conditions without laborious pretreatment or activation of reactor surface. In these preliminary studies, alkaline phosphatase (ALP, EC and p-nitrophenyl phosphate (NPP)(More)
A miniaturized fiberless optical sensor integrated in an automated sequential injection (SI) manifold for mesofluidic handling of sample, conditioning and regeneration solutions is herein proposed for monitoring glucose (as a model analyte) in human serum. The optofluidic biosensor capitalizes on the co-immobilization of Prussian Blue (PB) and glucose(More)
Only two computer-controlled microsolenoid devices, namely two micropumps or one micropump and one microvalve, are sufficient for the construction of on-line dilution modules useful in several flow analytical systems for the calibration using single standard. Three simple constructions of such modules were tested and compared. The most promising is the one(More)
A simple multicommutated flow system based on optoelectronic detector, three valves and peristaltic pump only has been developed for photometric determination of alkaline phosphatase activity in human serum. A miniaturized, compact flow-through detector dedicated to selective photometric detection of product formed in the course of the enzyme assay has been(More)
Two miniature, fibreless, compact and highly integrated flow-through optoelectronic detectors dedicated for photometric and fluorimetric determination of proteins have been developed. Both detectors operating according to paired-emitter-detector-diode methodology are constructed only of light emitting diodes and therefore their total cost is extremely low.(More)
A simple, low-cost and reproducible method for the mass production of potentiometric ion-selective electrodes for copper ions is presented. These planar, strip sensors were obtained by screen-printing. The application of pastes cured at low temperature allows printing of the sensors on low-cost, plastic substrates. The pastes for printing of ion-sensitive(More)
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