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December, 2006
Second Announcement of ISOEN 2007 is available now at Official Page.
For more information please visit conference's Official Web Site.

December, 5th, 2006
A list of our partners is expanded.

December, 5th, 2006
New literature references added.

June, 26th, 2006
You can have a look at our research projects and relevant references.
Follow the link.

April, 4th, 2006
We developed a new ion-selective sensor, selective to nitrite ions (NO2-). All characteristics of a new sensor you can find in the table.

March, 31th, 2006
The date of ISOEN 2007 is defined. The conference will be held from 3 to 5 of May, 2007. For more info please, visit the Official Site.

March, 30th, 2006
Await soon (in 2-5 days) some new photos of working systems.

March, 9th, 2006
Our site is available in Pocket PC mode now, still with no pictures, but with full-text content. You can find it at http://pda.electronictongue.com

December, 1st, 2005
We will organize ISOEN Conference in May, 2007. Please, visit our Official Page!
 


May, 17th, 2005
Two NEW sensors were added! Their characteristics you can see at the bottom of the table with PVC-based sensors. All kinds of sensors are negotiable!

June, 30th, 2005
Now you can ask your questions to us in our forum! We'll respond you as soon as possible!

July, 29th, 2005
Our Ion-selective electrodes have got a Pattern Approval Certificate of Measuring Instruments which is registered in the State Register of Measuring Instruments of Russian Federation (Certificate №13763-05). A copy of this certificate will appear here soon!

December, 15th, 2005
Four of our new papers added to References page.



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Laboratory version

Laboratory version

This is an advanced laboratory version of the ELECTRONIC TONGUE. The system has been intensively and successfully applied for different tasks on many sites in many countries. The system consists of the array of sensors that are not combined into the single body. This permits rapidly modifying composition of the array, making it flexible and precisely adjustable to various tasks. Sensor array is dipped into the measuring cell (white vessel). The cell is placed onto a magnetic stirrer. A black device is a multichannel electronic high impedance voltmeter, AD converter and multiplexor in one. A PC is used to manage and process the data.

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