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author:("Xia, shandong")
1.  An Electrochemical Microsensor Based on a AuNPs-Modified Microband Array Electrode for Phosphate Determination in Fresh Water Samples † 
Sensors (Basel, Switzerland)  2014;14(12):24472-24482.
This work describes the fabrication, characterization, and application of a gold microband array electrode (MAE) for the determination of phosphate in fresh water samples. The working principle of this MAE is based on the reduction of a molybdophosphate complex using the linear sweep voltammetric (LSV) method. The calibration of this microsensor was performed with standard phosphate solutions prepared with KH2PO4 and pH adjusted to 1.0. The microsensor consists of a platinum counter electrode, a gold MAE as working electrode, and an Ag/AgCl electrode as reference electrode. The microelectrode chips were fabricated by the Micro Electro-Mechanical System (MEMS) technique. To improve the sensitivity, gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) were electrodeposited on the working electrode. With a linear range from 0.02 to 0.50 mg P/L, the sensitivity of the unmodified microsensor is 2.40 μA per (mg P/L) (R2 = 0.99) and that of the AuNPs-modified microsensor is 7.66 μA per (mg P/L) (R2 = 0.99). The experimental results showed that AuNPs-modified microelectrode had better sensitivity and a larger current response than the unmodified microelectrode.
doi:10.3390/s141224472
PMCID: PMC4299121  PMID: 25536001
electrochemical; microband array electrode; gold nanoparticles; phosphate; fresh water samples
2.  Humidity-Induced Charge Leakage and Field Attenuation in Electric Field Microsensors 
Sensors (Basel, Switzerland)  2012;12(4):5105-5115.
The steady-state zero output of static electric field measuring systems often fluctuates, which is caused mainly by the finite leakage resistance of the water film on the surface of the electric field microsensor package. The water adsorption has been calculated using the Boltzmann distribution equation at various relative humidities for borosilicate glass and polytetrafluoroethylene surfaces. At various humidities, water film thickness has been calculated, and the induced charge leakage and field attenuation have been theoretically investigated. Experiments have been performed with microsensors to verify the theoretical predictions and the results are in good agreement.
doi:10.3390/s120405105
PMCID: PMC3355460  PMID: 22666077
electric field sensor; charge leakage; electric field attenuation; water film thickness; MEMS

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