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Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology
Year : 2017, Volume : 10, Issue : 9
First page : ( 2989) Last page : ( 2990)
Print ISSN : 0974-3618. Online ISSN : 0974-360X.
Article DOI : 10.5958/0974-360X.2017.00529.7

Marine Measurement based on Micro System Technology

Shanmugapriya T.*

Research Scholar, Department of Chemistry, AMET University, Chennai

*Corresponding Author E-mail: bionanopriya@gmail.com

Online published on 16 May, 2018.

Abstract

To progression of in circumstance compound and natural sensors has focused on the making of full scale instruments for single point sending. With the exception of oxygen sensors and natural sensors in perspective of fluorometry (that are as of now monetarily available) compound and normal sensors are not prepared to improve reiterated brief estimations at transient and spatial scales. This is conflicting with the crudeness and temporary irregularity seen in biogeochemical shapes. This paper depicts the early periods of headway of little and mass producible manufactured and natural sensors using Micro System Technology. It is assumed that these devices will be proper for mass association and will pass on reiterated compact data that will allow more important understanding and upgraded showing of biogeochemical methodology. At first the production of two devices has been centered around: 1) A downsized cytometer to number and speciate phytoplankton; and 2) A labon-a-chip analyzer using wet science and optical acknowledgment. The making of the examination chip for the cytometer and a scaled down scale coordinate sensible for the lab-on-a-chip analyzer are presented here. Preliminary examinations of befouling are in like manner discussed.

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Keywords

Micro System Technology, LOC, CIL.

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