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ISFET

[′is‚fet]
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Nakazato, "An integrated ISFET sensor array," MDPI Sensors, vol.
The micro-environmental pH changes causing ion exchange ([H.sup.+] ions) serve to be the input to the ISFET sensor and the output in the range of millivolts, which is then further amplified.
In principle, its ISFET based device combined with imaging device, which is transforming measured data to graph and displays them on display in the real time.
Characterised by their extremely stable PEEK shaft and suitability for media with high organic solvent parts, Tophit IsFET sensors are low maintenance and high performance and conform to both FDA and EHEDG standards, offering the optimum hygienic pH measurement.
The IQ400 has a BNC connector for conventional glass pH and oxidation-reduction potential electrodes, as well a connector for ion-sensitive field effect transistor (ISFET) non-glass pH electrodes.
The actual pH value of each well was also determined using a pH meter equipped with a microprobe (O110 ISFET, Beckman, LA).
Ion-sensitive field-effect transistor (ISFET) was first fabricated as an alternative to the fragile glass electrode in pH-measurement and ion concentrations by Bergveld in 1970 [1].
Part of the H-Series family of non-glass probes, the meters use ISFET (Ion-Sensitive Field Effect Transistor) sensor technology that contains several proprietary layers deposited selectively on a silicon substrate.
This means that we can choose to practice Maat and reap Ra's blessings or we can choose to practice Maat's opposite, "isfet," and spread lies, discord and disharmony in our wake and thereby earn His wrath.