How to properly refer to AWSensors equipment and cite our work in your publications:

Dear Customers!

AWSensors is committed to providing you with the highest quality commercial and custom-designed research instruments, accessories, and support. To continue doing so effectively, we rely on you to properly acknowledge in your scientific communications the instrumentation, sensors, and/or accessories you have used in your work that were purchased from AWSensors S.L., (Paterna, Spain). Examples include the A20 research platform with one – four channels, optionally equipped with an F20 fluidics module. Examples of accessories include measurement cells for in-batch or in-flow measurements with the A20 research platform or external equipment (impedance analyzers). Examples of sensors include the classical QCM sensors with various electrodes and coatings, high-frequency (HFF) QCM sensors, and Love wave sensors. Please also specify whether the instruments or accessories were custom-designed for you.

Relevant publications and patents:

Phase detection system used in the AWSensors research platforms:

    • Y. Montagut, J.V. García, Y. Jiménez, C. March, A. Montoya, A. Arnau Frequency-shift vs phase-shift characterization of in-liquid quartz crystal microbalance applications. Rev. Sci. Instrum. 82(6), 064702-1 – 064702-14, 2011.
    • Arnau, P. García, J.V. García, Y. Jiménez, Y. Montagut y A. Reig. Method and device for nanogravimetry in fluid media using piezoelectric resonators. Patent ES 2333088 B2 26-01-2011; Patent US 8869617B2 23-12-2011

Quick-Lock cells:

    • Antonio Arnau Vives, Yolanda Jiménez Jiménez, Pablo García Molla, José Vicente García Narbon, Román Fernández Díaz, Measurement Cells. Patent application Nº 20141031/ (Spain).

High-frequency sensors:

    • March, J.V. García, A. Sánchez, A. Arnau, Y. Jiménez, P. García, J.J. Manclús, A. Montoya. High-frequency phase shift measurements greatly enhances the sensitivity of QCM immunosensors. Biosensors & Bioelectronics 65, 1-8, 2015.