Skip to main content

A cost effective, self-calibrating, low maintenance pH sensor for an integrated approach to monitoring sea and drinking water, facilitating improvements in ocean, animal and human health

Deliverables

Glass-pHenom demonstrator unit

A demonstration prototype will be put together for demonstration and commercialisation of the product through licensing to the large sensor manufacturers.

Project Website

A project website (www.phenom.eu) will be designed and executed during the initial months of the project, with further content added as the project develops. This public website will provide an information repository for the work of the project itself (including details of objectives, results, interim results and public deliverables, etc.).

Publications

Calibration free pH Sensors

Author(s): Neel Sisodia and Nathan Lawrence
Published in: 2018

Novel Self-Calibrating pH Sensors for use onboard Autonomous Underwater Vehicles

Author(s): Monica Miranda, Kay McGuinness, Nathan Lawrence
Published in: 2019

i-Cal: Calibration Free Ion Selective Electrode Sensing

Author(s): Neel Sisodia, Nathan Lawrence
Published in: 2018

Calibration Free Ion Selective Electrode Sensing

Author(s): Neel Sisodia and Nathan Lawrence
Published in: 2019

Novel Self-Calibrating pH Sensors for use onboard Autonomous Underwater Vehicles

Author(s): Monica Miranda, Kay McGuinness, Nathan Lawrence
Published in: 2018

Intra- and Inter-molecular Sulfhydryl Hydrogen Bonding: Facilitating Proton Transfer Events for Determination of pH in Sea Water

Author(s): Neel Sisodia, Monica Miranda, Kay L. McGuinness, Jay D. Wadhawan, Nathan S. Lawrence
Published in: Electroanalysis, 2020, ISSN 1040-0397