Event Title

P-43 Mobile-Phone Based ECL Instrumentation

Start Date

3-2-2018 2:30 PM

Description

The process of using current electrochemiluminescence (ECL) instrumentation is costly and cumbersome. The goal of this research is to create an instrument that provides an economical and user-friendly platform for performing ECL experiments. This development involves component-by-component replacement. A computer interface is replaced by a mobile-phone interface. A permanent electrode is replaced by a disposable screen-printed electrode. Lastly, a potentiostat power source is replaced by a mobile-phone audio jack (and supplementary circuitry). Development of the device is in its final stages. Its immediate application will be as a learning tool in Andrews University chemistry labs. A potential long-term application is medical diagnosis.

Acknowledgments

Hyun Kwon, PhD.

National Science Foundation.

AU Office of Research & Creative Scholarship.

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Mar 2nd, 2:30 PM

P-43 Mobile-Phone Based ECL Instrumentation

The process of using current electrochemiluminescence (ECL) instrumentation is costly and cumbersome. The goal of this research is to create an instrument that provides an economical and user-friendly platform for performing ECL experiments. This development involves component-by-component replacement. A computer interface is replaced by a mobile-phone interface. A permanent electrode is replaced by a disposable screen-printed electrode. Lastly, a potentiostat power source is replaced by a mobile-phone audio jack (and supplementary circuitry). Development of the device is in its final stages. Its immediate application will be as a learning tool in Andrews University chemistry labs. A potential long-term application is medical diagnosis.