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09/15/2008 05:01 PM ID: 73400 Permalink   

Iran Produces World`s First Copper Sensitive Ion Sensor

 

Researchers in Iran have for the first time created a nano-copper ion sensor capable of detecting as low as 9-10 molar. Other sensors can detect down to 1 micromolar, however this sensor detects smaller concentrations of the copper ion.

A study published in Talanta stated that the sensor is created from gold nano-particles as well as other ionophile materials and demonstrated high sensitivity towards copper ions in various concentrations.

Mohamad Hossein Mashhadizadeh has announced that applications for such technology could be used within food, biological and medical industries.

 
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  12 Comments
  
  Sweet!  
 
Nice tech :)
 
  by: Rv3   09/15/2008 05:24 PM     
  Concentrations are whack.  
 
9-10 Molar is significantly greater than 1 micromolar by a factor of 1,000,000.

Intended for readers reference-- sources fault.
 
  by: luc1ddr3am     09/15/2008 05:39 PM     
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http://www.iran-daily.com/...

The new sensor can detect concentrations of 9-10 nanomolar. Compared to previous technology this new device is 1000X more sensitive.
 
  by: luc1ddr3am     09/15/2008 05:44 PM     
  So...  
 
What exactily does this mean? What are the uses?
 
  by: bala_mt   09/15/2008 07:24 PM     
  i would imagine  
 
it coud be used for studies relating to copper poisoning.
 
  by: HAVOC666     09/15/2008 07:34 PM     
  I think it should be 9^-10 Molar  
 
Correct me if I'm wrong...
 
  by: Ub3rTristan   09/16/2008 12:06 AM     
  @Ub3rTristan  
 
I've already corrected the concentrations by its SI unit nano. Scientific notation in Molar would be 9x10^-9 or 1.0x10^-8 respectively for the 9-10 range in the article.
 
  by: luc1ddr3am     09/16/2008 01:32 AM     
  --  
 
I'm sure this could be used for anti ship weaponry.
 
  by: slayer06   09/16/2008 03:12 AM     
  @slayer06  
 
Yeah, that's all any one in Persia ever does: try to stealthily develop weapons that will make "the west" bow down to them.
 
  by: H. W. Hutchins   09/16/2008 04:41 AM     
  Good show!  
 
Its advances like this that reinforce my feelings that Iran is doing legit things with their nuclear research.
 
  by: gbestwick   09/16/2008 06:30 AM     
  they also created  
 
iran also created nano-crystal coated titanium (hardened titanium) too; its main application would likely be used for aircraft or spacecraft even formula 1 race cars.


http://english.farsnews.com/...
 
  by: HAVOC666     09/16/2008 02:50 PM     
  It's an outrage!  
 
I think all ionophiles should be tracked via a world-wide registry and anytime one relocates, there should be mandatory notices sent to all parties involved informing them of the presence of these abominations against nature!
 
  by: opinionated   09/18/2008 04:02 AM     
 
 
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