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First gravimetric detection of ethene utilizing metallo-supramolecular macrocycles as sensor-active substances

B. Graewe, A. Rang, C. A. Schalley, J. Haubrich, J. Bargon— 2006

For the first time, the real-time gravimetric detection of the light-weight analyte ethene with quartz microbalance sensors becomes possible in the range of 3–600 ppm, when metallo-supramolecular macrocycles are used as sensor-active layers. Thermodynamic and kinetic measurements as well as theoretical simulations indicate a weak and reversible binding of ethene at the metal centers.

Title098
First gravimetric detection of ethene utilizing metallo-supramolecular macrocycles as sensor-active substances
AuthorB. Graewe, A. Rang, C. A. Schalley, J. Haubrich, J. Bargon
Date20061124
IdentifierDOI 10.1016/j.snb.2005.12.032
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CitationSensors Act. B 2006, 119, 302-307