Si:WO3 Sensors for Highly Selective Detection of Acetone for Easy Diagnosis of Diabetes by Breath Analysis

Date

2010

Authors

Righettoni, M
Tricoli, Antonio
Pratsinis, S.E

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American Chemical Society

Abstract

Acetone in the human breath is an important marker for noninvasive diagnosis of diabetes. Here, novel chemo-resistive detectors have been developed that allow rapid measurement of ultralow acetone concentrations (down to 20 ppb) with high signal-to-noise

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Keywords: Analytes; Breath analysis; Detector response; Diabetes detection; Diabetes patients; Dry air; Gasphase; Healthy humans; High signal-to-noise ratio; Highly sensitive; Human breath; Inter-digitated electrodes; Limit of detection; Non-invasive diagnosis; Ope

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Analytical Chemistry

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Journal article

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DOI

10.1021/ac902695n

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2037-12-31