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Gas Sensing Fundamentals

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ISBN-13:
9783642545184
Einband:
Book
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.10.2014
Seiten:
342
Autor:
Claus-Dieter Kohl
Gewicht:
663 g
Format:
241x161x25 mm
Serie:
15, Springer Series on Chemical Sensors and Biosensors
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

A comprehensive review
Part I: Concepts



High-Temperature Gas Sensors by Denny Richter and Holger Fritze

Insect Olfaction as a Natural Blue-Print of Gas-Sensors? by Bernhard Weißbecker and Stefan Schütz

Sensor Arrays, Virtual Multisensors, Data Fusion and Gas Sensor Data Evaluation by Peter Reimann and Andreas Schütze



Part II: Material and Structure

Carbon Nanotube Gas Sensors by Michele Penza, Phil Martin and John Yeow

New Sensing Model of (mesoporous) In 2 O 3 by Thorsten Wagner, Nicola Donato and Michael Tiemann

SAW and Functional Polymers by Adnan Mujahida and Franz L. Dickert

Part III: Transducer Functions

Percolation effects in metal oxide gas sensors and related systems by Tilman Sauerwald and Stefanie Ruß

Calorimetric Gas Sensors for Hydrogen Peroxide Monitoring in Aseptic Food Processes by Patrick Kirchner, Steffen Reisert and Michael J. Schöning

Group III-nitride chemical nanosensors with optical readout by Jörg Teubert, Sumit Paul, Andreas Helwig, Gerhard Müller and Martin Eickhoff
This volume, which addresses various basic sensor principles, covers micro gravimetric sensors, semiconducting and nano tube sensors, calorimetric sensors and optical sensors. Furthermore, the authors discuss recent developments in the related sensitive layers including new properties of nano structured metal oxide layers. They provide in-depth insights into the unique chemistry and signal generation of copper oxide in percolating sensors and present a variety of applications of functional polymers made possible by proper imprinting.
Highlights of the subjects covered include:

- requirements for high-temperature sensors

- carbon nano tube sensors

- new sensing model for nanostructured In 2 O 3

- bio mimetic approach for semiconductor sensor-based systems

- optical readout for inorganic and organic semiconductor sensors

- concept of virtual multisensors to improve specificity and selectivity

- calorimetric sensors for hydrogen peroxide detection

- percolation effect-based sensors to implement dosimeters

- imprinted polymer layers for bulk and surface acoustic wave sensors