Conjugated polymer-based chemical sensors.

@article{McQuade2000ConjugatedPC,
  title={Conjugated polymer-based chemical sensors.},
  author={D. Tyler McQuade and Andre Pullen and Timothy M. Swager},
  journal={Chemical reviews},
  year={2000},
  volume={100 7},
  pages={
          2537-74
        }
}
When considering new sensory technologies one should look to nature for guidance. Indeed, living organisms have developed the ultimate chemical sensors. Many insects can detect chemical signals with perfect specificity and incredible sensitivity. Mammalian olfaction is based on an array of less discriminating sensors and a memorized response pattern to identify a unique odor. It is important to recognize that the extraordinary sensory performance of biological systems does not originate from a… 
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