Solid State Gas Sensing

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Elisabetta Comini, Guido Faglia, Giorgio Sberveglieri
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 16, 2008 - Technology & Engineering - 280 pages
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Solid State Gas Sensing offers insight into the principles, applications, and new trends in gas sensor technology. Developments in this field are rapidly advancing due to the recent and continuing impact of nanotechnology, and this book addresses the demand for small, reliable, inexpensive and portable systems for monitoring environmental concerns, indoor air quality, food quality, and many other specific applications. Working principles, including electrical, permittivity, field effect, electrochemical, optical, thermometric and mass (both quartz and cantilever types), are discussed, making the book valuable and accessible to a variety of researchers and engineers in the field of material science.

 

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Contents

MicroFabrication of Gas Sensors
1
ElectricalBased Gas Sensing
47
CapacitiveType Relative Humidity Sensor with Hydrophobic Polymer Films
109
FET GasSensing Mechanism Experimental and Theoretical Studies
153
SolidState Electrochemical Gas Sensing
181
Optical Gas Sensing
209
Thermometric Gas Sensing
237
Acoustic Wave Gas and Vapor Sensors
261
CantileverBased Gas Sensing
305
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