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Investigating the binding capabilities of triazole-calix[4]arene functionalized microcantilever sensors toward heavy metals in aqueous solution

@inproceedings{Braim2017InvestigatingTB,
  title={Investigating the binding capabilities of triazole-calix[4]arene functionalized microcantilever sensors toward heavy metals in aqueous solution},
  author={M. Braim},
  year={2017}
}
The main objective of this work was to investigate the binding capabilities of gold-coated micro-cantilever sensors functionalized with a bimodal triazole-calix[4]arene towards select heavy metals (e.g. Hg²⁺, Fe³⁺, Ni²⁺, Zn²⁺, and Pb²⁺). The interaction between the triazole-calix[4]arene functionalized micro-cantilevers and the target analytes resulted in the formation of a differential surface stresse, which in turn, resulted in a mechanical deflection of the microcantilever. Results… Expand

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