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30. Vinith V Kumar, M.G. Veena, G.S. Suresh, Seetharamaiah Nandini. Design of a Potentiostat and Glucometer for Rhoeo Discolor Leaf Extract Based Glucose Biosensor // Journal of Innovation in Electronics and Communication Engineering. -2015. Vol. 5(1). P. 63-70.

Abstract: In this paper, a microcontroller based system for the measurement of glucose is designed and implemented for Rhoeo discolor leaf extract based glucose biosensors. An electronic circuit known as potentiostat is built for the three electrode electrochemical cell which incorporates the leaf extract based biosensor. The signals from the biosensor is further processed using suitable circuitry and is interfaced to the microcontroller. Liquid crystal display is used to display the concentrations of glucose solutions. The stored glucose values are transferred into a personal computer through serial bus and also to a smartphone using a Bluetooth module. Software is developed in C language using mikroC Pro for PIC and schematics of potentiostat and glucometer are designed using Proteus Schematic capture tool. To achieve high accuracy, the proposed meter uses transcendental concentration equation over the linear equation used in existing commercial meters. The instrument is tested for various concentrations of glucose solutions.

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31. Ashwini V. G. MICRO-CONTROLLER BASED POTENTIOSTAT / A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science, Computer Engineering Boise State University. - September, 2004.

Abstract: Remote detection and monitoring of environmental contaminants is a fast growing field as it alleviates human interaction and decreases cost of operation. An embedded potentiostat to detect the concentration of a chemical was built as part of an effort to remotely detect and monitor environmental contaminants. A potentiostat is an electronic instrument that allows the application of voltage waveforms of various shapes on a 3 or 4 electrode set-up and determine the current through the cell. In this work, the potentiostat was used to perform cyclic voltammetry. Cyclic voltammetry is a technique in which a triangular voltage is imposed on the electrochemical cell and the current through the cell is analyzed. The current versus voltage curve of an electro-active chemical species that undergoes red-ox behavior displays two prominent peaks, one in each direction of the sweep voltage. The current peaks are indicative of the concentration of the chemical and also provide other useful information. An embedded potentiostat system that extracts the concentration of the chemical from the peak measurements was built. The entire system was integrated on a printed circuit board of dimensions 3 cm X 13cm. The correlation factor between concentration of chemical and current peak using the embedded sensor system was found to be greater than 0.99.

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Figure 2: i-E curve of cyclic voltammetry measurements with varying scan rates

Figure 3: Schematic of interface between micro-controller and electrochemical cell

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32. Hernández P.R., Galán C.A., Morales A. & Alegret S. Measuring system for amperometric chemical sensors using the three-electrode technique for field application // Journal of Applied Research and Technology. - 2003. Vol. 1 No. 2. P. 107-113.

A portable and low cost measuring system for amperometric chemical sensors using the three-electrode technique was developed. This technique allows chemical sensors to work with currents higher than ten microamperes. The system was based on a potentiostat operation, completed with an I-V converter and signal conditioning circuits. The instrument was evaluated comparing calibration curves of hydrogen peroxide, proving several amperometric chemical sensors and biosensors, to those obtained from a very expensive commercial equipment. Good linearity and sensibility as well as low noise measurements were obtained. Moreover, because the reduced size and low cost, the instrument allows to be used directly in field applications.

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33. Enache A., Rusu I., Ghici F., Pristavu G., Brezeanu G., and Enache F. High Accuracy Amperometric Sense and Control Circuit for Three-electrode Biosensors // Romanian journal of information science and technology. - 2016. Vol. 19. No. 3. P. 295–308.

Abstract: A system used for measuring the concentration of chemical compounds in fluids/solutions is designed, implemented and tested. The system comprises a Sense and Control Circuit formed with a potentiostat for three-electrode electrochemical cell (biosensor) biasing and a transimpedance amplifier for cell current processing. The stability of the potentiostat and the linearity of the transimpedance amplifier are theoretically and experimentally investigated. The high accuracy of the system is demonstrated by simulations and measurements. A comparison with a commercially available system is carried out.

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34. Crhistian C Segura, Johann F Osma. Miniaturization of cyclic voltammetry electronic systems for remote biosensing // International Journal of Biosensors & Bioelectronics. - 2017. Vol. 3 Issue 3. P. 297-299.

Although there are commercial tools available for electrochemistry in biosensing, these are normally expensive or their size is not suitable for portable applications. This article describes the design and fabrication of a low-cost 20 grams USB or Bluetooth controlled potentiostat that can apply potentials in the range of ±1.65 V, can measure from microamperes to maximum 10 mA, and has the ability to send and receive data via USB or remotely via Bluetooth using a low power voltage supply (USB or LiPo battery) allowing its use in portable applications such as remote biosensors.

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35. Schwarz J., Trommer K., Mertig M. Novel Screen-Printed All-Solid-State Copper(II)-Selective Electrode for Mobile Environmental Analysis // American Journal of Analytical Chemistry. -2016. № 7. P. 525-532.

Abstract: Based on poly(vinyl chloride) membranes, a novel miniaturized screen-printed all-solid-state copper(II)-selective electrode has been developed for applications in environmental monitoring. Performance and applicability of the ion-selective electrode (ISE) have been proved by potentiometric investigations. Conducting polymers were used as intermediate layers and as solid contacts between the ion-selective membrane and the graphite transducer. The ion-complexing reagent 2-mercapto-benzoxazole was incorporated into poly(vinyl chloride) membranes. In the concentration range 10−6 - 10−2 mol/L, the ISE exhibited a linear Nernstian potential response to copper(II) with an average slope value of 28 mV/decade. The detection limit was 3 × 10−7 mol/L. The electrode exhibits a short response time (<10 s) and can be used in the range of pH = 3 - 7. Selectivity coefficents against certain interfering ions are investigated. The life time of the electrode under laboratory conditions was approximately 12-month. The electrode was applied in the investigation of different aqueous environmental samples and the electrode characteristics were described. The copper(II) ASS electrode has also successfully been used in potentiometric, complexometric titrations with ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid.

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28. Tong Shen, Tong Zhou, Ying Wan and Yan Su. High-Precision and Low-Cost Wireless 16-Channel Measurement System for Malachite Green Detection// Micromachines. - 2018, 9, 646.

Abstract: Focusing on the issue of the malachite green traditional test methods such as large volume, high cost and high complex, this paper proposed a novel multi-channel electrochemical malachite green detection system. Pecific recognition properties of malachite green DNA adapter is employed to realize accurate sensing of concentration of malachite green, which can achieve precise detection of malachite green concentration with low noise and high precision. The maximum measurement capability of multi-channel acquisition system is 16 samples in a batch. According to the experimental results, malachite green could be detected quantitatively in the range from 10-3 g/mL to 10 g/mL, which performs well in the test of malachite green residues in aquatic product transportation.

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