Special Issue "Emerging Trends of Electrochemical Sensors in Food Analysis"
A special issue of Electrochem (ISSN 2673-3293).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2023) | Viewed by 4104
Electrochemical sensors are a class of chemical sensors in which an electrode is used as a transducer element in the presence of an analyte. Modern electrochemical sensors use several properties to detect various physical, chemical, or biological parameters. These devices, combined with chemometric tools, have experienced great advances in the past decades, being extensively used as useful alternative/complementary instruments to overcome the restrictions and limitations of traditional methods of analysis. High sensitivity and selectivity, quick response time, cost-effectiveness, and ease of application in situ/on-line are some advantages of electrochemical sensors which have great relevance for the food industry.
Electrochemical sensors and methods are developed as suitable tools for different applications, including bioprocess control, agriculture, the pharmaceutical industry, and, in particular, for food fields. Therefore, I invite manuscripts for this forthcoming Special Issue on all aspects pertinent to emerging trends and food applications of electrochemical sensors. Full papers, communications, and reviews are all welcome.
This Special Issue will focus on the application of electrochemical sensors in the food sector, including food and drink analysis, safety monitoring, authenticity, and technological process monitoring, among other applications in the field of food industry. New applications, challenges related to the electrochemical sensors approach, and future directions in the food area will also be well received for publication.
I look forward to and welcome your participation in this Special Issue.
Dr. Ítala Marx
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- electrochemical sensor device
- food safety monitoring
- technological process monitoring
- food authentication
- sensory analysis