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Computational Modelling of Membrane Biosensors Acting in Stirred and Non-stirred Solutions

@inproceedings{Baronas2006ComputationalMO,
  title={Computational Modelling of Membrane Biosensors Acting in Stirred and Non-stirred Solutions},
  author={R. Baronas and F. Ivanauskas},
  year={2006}
}
This paper presents mathematical models of potentiometric as well as amperometric biosensors, based on an electrode covered with an enzyme membrane. The models involve three regions: the enzyme layer where enzyme reaction as well as mass transport by diffusion takes place, a diffusion limiting region where only the diffusion takes place, and a convective region, where the analyte concentration is maintained constant. Using computer simulation the influence of the thickness of both the enzyme… Expand

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