Conductance detection

In addition to questions in fundamental physical science, we are interested in methods and tools for analytical applications. A current focus is advancing conductance detection for chromatography and benchtop applications.

Y.Suganuma and A.-A. Dhirani

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Selected references:

Y.Suganuma and A.-A. Dhirani, US Patent US 8246910 B2

Y.Suganuma and A.-A. Dhirani, “A layered microchip conductance detector with through-layer access to detection fields and high sensitivity to dielectric constant,” Rev. Sci. Instr. 82 (2011) 044701 (5 pp).

Y.Suganuma, F. Menard, M. Lautens and A.-A. Dhirani, “Apertured impedance microchips: Surface modification and evaluation using high performance liquid chromatography,” Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 173 (2012) 852 (11 pages).

Y.Suganuma, N. Toltl and A.-A. Dhirani, “Evaluation of a low cell constant conductance detector for detection of charged species in high-performance liquid chromatography,”Analytical Methods 5 (2013) 6855 (9 pages).

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