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S. , 107, 3902. G. Healy, E. F. , (1985) J. , 107,3902. , 10, 209. , 4, 1. 40 13. 14. 15. C. , 62, 32. PC model, Molecular Modelling Software, Serena Software, Bloomington, IN. SHELXTL PC, Siemens, Analytical X-Ray Instruments, Inc. THE USE OF CHEMICAL SENSOR SYSTEMS FOR SAMPLING, SELECTMTY AND SPECIATION I. M. CHRISTIE, G. P. RIGBY, P. TRELOAR, K. WARRINER, A. MAINES, D. ASHWORTH, S. EDDY, S. M. REDDY and P. V ADGAMA University ofManchester Department ofMedicine (Clinical Biochemistry), University ofManchester, Hope Hospital, Salford M6 8HD, UK Abstract Chemical sensors are ideally suited to miniaturisation and reformatting in order to conform to particular types of flowing, static and low volmne samples.
Especially after a multilayer has formed and begins to reflect the bulk liquid properties of the compound. Ideal candidates for detection are therefore those compounds which interact strongly with themselves, and nitro compounds fall into this category as evidenced by their high boiling points. From this perspective, coating the device can be thought of as a means to initiate or engineer the condensation of the analyte onto the surface, rather than a framework onto which analytes adsorb. This perspective also brings in the relationship of boiling point to response more clearly.
Choudhury, T. K. G. (1992) Direct detection and identification of volatile organic compounds dissolved in organic solvents by reversed-phase membrane introduction tandem mass spectrometry, Analytical Chemistry 64, 1205-1211. 15. , Schroder, H. L. (1993) New sensor for ecological determination of benzene in ambient air, Analytical Chemistry 65, 1928-1931. SENSOR RESPONSE AND COMPUTATIONAL MOLECULAR MODELLING MICHAEL THOMPSON, M. DONATA FRANK AND DAVID C. STONE Department of Chemistry, University of Toronto 80 St.