Quantification of quaternary mixtures of low alcohols in water: temporal-resolved measurements with microporous and hyperbranched polymer sensors for reduction of sensor number.

@article{Vollprecht2005QuantificationOQ,
  title={Quantification of quaternary mixtures of low alcohols in water: temporal-resolved measurements with microporous and hyperbranched polymer sensors for reduction of sensor number.},
  author={Matthias Vollprecht and Frank Dieterle and Stefan Busche and G. Gauglitz and K. -H. Eichhorn and Brigitte Voit},
  journal={Analytical chemistry},
  year={2005},
  volume={77 17},
  pages={5542-50}
}
The focus of this study is the quantification of multianalyte mixtures in water by the use of sensor arrays based on polymer layers. Reflectometric interference spectroscopy is used as a optical sensor system for temporal-resolved measurements of the interaction kinetics of analytes in water with the polymer layers. The principles and widespread possibilities of this approach are demonstrated using the quantification of quaternary aqueous mixtures of low alcohols from methanol up to 1-butanol… CONTINUE READING