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Every element of the 15-me*mber array is measured forfluorescenceresponse upon exposure to 4 different metal ions, Fe , C u , N i , andCo . A statistical analysis is used to evaluate the difference of each fluorescence response. ΔΖ, which represents the normalized deviation of fluorescence response from the average for each sensing element in the sensing array, is defined as follows in Eq. ch002 AF - χ Figure 5. Histograms of 4 metal ions generated from the 15-member homo- and copolymer array, representing "fingerprints" of the metal ions and their concentrations.
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Biocatalysis in Polymer Science by Richard A. Gross and H. N. Cheng (Eds.)