Reprint of: Use of a mobile phone for potentiostatic control with low cost paper-based microfluidic sensors Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • By exploiting its ability to play sounds, a mobile phone with suitable software installed can serve the basic functions of a potentiostat in controlling an applied potential to oxidise ECL-active molecules, while the resultant photonic signal is monitored using the camera in video mode. In combination with paper microfluidic sensors this opens significant new possibilities for low-cost, instrument-free sensing.

publication date

  • 2013