Date of Award
Santa Clara : Santa Clara University, 2015.
Electrical Engineering; Computer Engineering
AquaSift is a portable, affordable, point-of-use system that performs microfluidic detection of contaminants in drinking water. It comprises four main components: a three-electrode sensor, a potentiostat circuit device, an Android application, and an online database. It utilizes three-electrode voltammetry by applying a voltage stimulus across the electrodes and reading the induced current on the water sample. Testing has shown that our system is able to detect arsenic in solution samples. The Android application serves as the user interface to the system, and the online database allows the mapping of test results on an easy-to-use website.
Beyers, Daniel; Tan, Jasper; and Young, Brandon, "AquaSift: point-of-use microfluidic detection system" (2015). Interdisciplinary Design Senior Theses. 10.