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Chemical Sensors

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Emerging Science

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    Chemical Sensors is closed for submissions since February 24, 2016.

    The recent expansion of the research in the field of chemical sensors developed to adoption of new materials, particularly nanomaterials and allowed to omit sample pretreatment stage, which simplify the process. Advance in the field of sensing has proved for the very first time that the chemical reactions can be far more selective than the physical interactions. On the other hand getting down to the nanosize obliges to reconsider the kinetics of the reactions on which chemical sensors are based, affecting one of their main characteristics.

    The journal focuses on development and synthesis of new chemosensors and their applications in diverse disciplines: chemistry, medicine, life sciences, engineering and physics. Both theoretical and experimental results are welcome. The journal aims to facilitate the communication within the chemical community operating in the field of sensors and to furnish a precious bibliographic reference in the field. Chemical Sensors leaves space for the classic approach to sensing strategy as well, including chemoreceptors, diagnostics and drug testing.

    This is an Open Access journal published continuously. It aims to become a premier resource for high quality interdisciplinary research in the area of sensing. A high quality standard of publication is guaranteed by the globally recognized Editorial Advisory Board. Chemical Sensors publishes high quality research articles, rapid communications, reviews, mini-reviews and perspective papers.


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