Ulrich Jonas

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Hydrogel materials consisting of water-swollen polymer networks exhibit a large number of specific properties highly attractive for a variety of optical biosensor applications. This properties profile embraces the aqueous swelling medium as the basis of biocompatibility, non-fouling behavior, and being not cell toxic, while providing high optical quality(More)
1. Calibration of local temperature changes induced by the micro-heater. For the calibration of the local temperature changes induced by the micro-heater, water was pumped over the gold sensor surface (without the hydrogel layer) and series of current pulses I were applied through the ITO micro-heater. From the measured reflectivity changes upon the(More)
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