(484a) Photoelectrochemical Sensor
AIChE Annual Meeting
Wednesday, November 13, 2019 - 8:00am to 8:15am
The evolution of photoelectrochemical (PEC) bioanalysis has resulted in substantial progress in its analytical performance and biodetection applications. PEC sensor represents a unique means for chemical and biological detection, with foci of optimizing semiconductor composition and electronic structures, surface functionalization layers, and chemical detection methods. Here, I have briefly discussed my recent developments of nanowireâbased PEC sensing, with particular emphasis on three main detection mechanisms and corresponding examples. I have also demonstrated the use of the PEC sensing of realâtime molecular reaction kinetic measurements, as well as direct interfacing of living cells and probing of cellular functions. My work will serve as a useful source to inform the interested audience of the latest developments and applications in the field of PEC bioanalysis.