Nanostructured film of indium phosphide as biosensor in 1D array electrowetting system
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SIRBU, Lilian; VODĂ, Irina; ESINENCO, Dorin; GANGAN, Sergiu; MULLER, Raluca; VOICU, Rodica Cristina; DǍNILǍ, Mihai; GHIMPU, Lidia; TIGINYANU, Ion; URSAKI, Veacheslav. Nanostructured film of indium phosphide as biosensor in 1D array electrowetting system. In: Romanian Journal of Information Science and Technology. 2011, nr. 4(14), pp. 299-308. ISSN 1453-8245.
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Romanian Journal of Information Science and Technology
Numărul 4(14) / 2011 / ISSN 1453-8245

Nanostructured film of indium phosphide as biosensor in 1D array electrowetting system


Pag. 299-308

Sirbu Lilian1, Vodă Irina2, Esinenco Dorin3, Gangan Sergiu3, Muller Raluca4, Voicu Rodica Cristina5, Dǎnilǎ Mihai5, Ghimpu Lidia1, Tiginyanu Ion12, Ursaki Veacheslav36
 
1 Institute of the Electronic Engineering and Nanotechnologies "D. Ghitu" of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova,
2 Institute of Chemistry of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova,
3 Technical University of Moldova,
4 National Institute for Research and Development in Microtechnology, IMT-Bucharest,
5 National Institute for Research and Development in Microtechnologies ,
6 Institute of Applied Physics, Academy of Sciences of Moldova
 
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We demonstrated the fabrication of complex nanostructured InP membranes with porous compact packed structure that have been cut during electrochemical etching in the same anodic process. The membranes were filled with optically transparent compounds. The compounds deposition in the porous structure was carried out in diverse conditions: temperature, light, bake. The monomer was incorporated into the porous layer from a [Zn(C3N2(C 6H5)2NO2)2(CH 3OH)2] and [Ni(C3N2(C 6H5)2NO2)2(CH 3OH)2] solution. We considered the covering of the nanoporous film and filling the pores with coordination compounds imprinted with nano metallic particles in order to stabilize and adjust the sensor characteristics for specific biological samples. Also we designed and fabricated lab-on-a-chip devices based on Si which can be used for transporting bio-samples to the detector by means of electrowetting method. The experimental study and simulations based on Finite Element Model (FEM) and Finite-difference time-domain Model (FDTD) show also that the obtained materials are promising for nonlinear optical applications, in particular for the development of electrowetting systems for MEMS, MOEMS, etc.