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Wearable Sensors by Edward Sazonov

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Chapter 2.1

Wearable Bio and Chemical Sensors

Shirley Coyle1, Vincenzo F. Curto1, Fernando Benito-Lopez1,2, Larisa Florea1 and Dermot Diamond1,    1INSIGHT: Centre for Data Analytics, National Centre for Sensor Research, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland,    2CIC microGUNE, Arrasate-Mondragón, Spain

Wearable chemical and biochemical sensors are a relatively new area of sensor research that poses unique challenges to the field of wearable sensing. The reason is that chemical sensors have a different mode of operation compared to physical transducers, and thus must be directly exposed, and interact with, specific molecular components in (usually liquid) samples. Wearable chemical and biochemical sensing has the potential to provide new sources ...

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