I's a pleasure to join your group hoping that fruitful co-operations in the near future may occur. My full profile can be seen on the web site of international nanotechnology community.
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"Dear sir: It's my pleasure to have you as friend and sorry for that delayed response cause I didin't know the acceptance of nanotechnology comitty membership only few days ago. Plz. If you have any suggesions for mutual scientifc…"
"hi sir: have a good day. there are several types of sensors are used now for various purposes. but my opinion tongue is a most powerful sensor than ant other. why cant we able to create that much efficient sensor? Is it possible to invent like that?"
My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Nano-materials and biosensors
1. Marzouk, S. A., Sayour, H.E.M., Ragab, A. M., Cascio, W.E. and Hassan, S.S.M. (2000): A simple FIA-System for Simultaneous Measurements of Glucose and Lactate with Amperometric Detection. Electroanalysis, 12 (16): 1304.
2. Hassan, S.S.M., Marzouk, S.A.M. and Sayour, H.E.M., (2002): Methylene blue potentiometric sensor for selective determination of sulfide ions. Anal. Chim. Acta, 466: 47.
3. Hassan, S.S.M., Marzouk, S.A.M. and Sayour, H.E.M., (2003): Selective potentiometric determination of nitrite ion using a novel (4-sulphophenylazo-) 1-naphthylamine membrane sensor. Talanta, 59: 1237.
4. Hassan, S.S.M., Sayour, H.E.M., Al-Mehrezi S. S. (2007): A novel planar miniaturized potentiometric sensor for flow injection analysis of nitrates in wastewaters, fertilizers and pharmaceuticals. Anal. Chim. Acta, 581 (1,2): 13.
5. Hassan, S.S.M., Kamel, A.H., Sayour, H.E.M., (2009): A simple potentiometric method for determination of acid and alkaline phosphatase enzymes in biological fluids and dairy products using a nitrophenyl phosphate substrate PVC membrane sensor. Anal. Chim. Acta, 640(1-2), 75.
6. Kamel, A.H., Sayour, H.E.M.,(2009): Flow-Through Assay of Quinine Using Solid Contact Potentiometric Sensors Based on Molecularly Imprinted Polymers. Electroanalysis, (accepted in press)
Researchgroup, Institute, University, School, Company name
Clinical chemistry unit, Chem. Dept., Animal Heath Research Institute
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hi sir: have a good day. there are several types of sensors are used now for various purposes. but my opinion tongue is a most powerful sensor than ant other. why cant we able to create that much efficient sensor? Is it possible to invent like that?
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