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Chemical Sensors: Fundamentals of Sensing Materials Volume 1: General Approaches by Ghenadii Korotcenkov

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CHAPTER 3

COMBINATORIAL CONCEPTS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF SENSING MATERIALS

R. A. Potyrailo

1. INTRODUCTION

Rational design of sensing materials based on prior knowledge is a very attractive approach because it may avoid time-consuming synthesis and testing of numerous materials candidates (Honeybourne 2000; Shtoyko et al. 2004; Njagi et al. 2007). However, to be quantitatively successful, rational design (Newnham 1988; Akporiaye 1998; Ulmer II et al. 1998; Lavigne and Anslyn 2001; Suman et al. 2003; Hatchett and Josowicz 2008) requires detailed knowledge regarding relation of intrinsic properties of sensing materials to a set of their performance properties. This knowledge is typically obtained from extensive experimental and simulation data. However, ...

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