R. Tiefenauer

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Iodide is an essential element for humans and animals and insufficient intake is still a major problem. Affordable and accurate methods are required to quantify iodide concentrations in biological and environmental fluids. A simple and low cost sensing device is presented which is based on iodide induced electrochemical etching of ultrathin gold films. The(More)
As the computation and communication circuits we build radically miniaturize (i.e. become so low power that 1 pJ is sufficient to bang out a bit of information over a wireless transceiver; become so small that 500 &mu;m<sup>2</sup> of thinned CMOS can hold a reasonable sensor front-end and digital engine), the barrier to introducing all sorts of interfaces(More)
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