chemically sensitive field-effect transistor

chemically sensitive field-effect transistor

[′kem·ik·lē ¦sen·səd·iv ′fēld i¦fekt tran‚zis·tər]
(electronics)
A field-effect transistor in which the ordinary gate electrode is replaced by a chemically sensitive membrane so that the gain of the transistor depends on the concentration of chemical substances.
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