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Chemistry - Analytical Chemistry | Solid State Gas Sensors - Industrial Application

Solid State Gas Sensors - Industrial Application

Fleischer, Maximilian, Lehmann, Mirko (Eds.)

2012, XII, 272 p.

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  • Written by experts
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  • Encourages future research and investments in the fascinating field of gas sensors
Gas sensor products are very often the key to innovations in the fields of comfort, security, health, environment, and energy savings. This compendium focuses on what the research community labels as solid state gas sensors, where a gas directly changes the electrical properties of a solid, serving as the primary signal for the transducer. It starts with a visionary approach to how life in future buildings can benefit from the power of gas sensors. The requirements for various applications, such as for example the automotive industry, are then discussed in several chapters. Further contributions highlight current trends in new sensing principles, such as the use of nanomaterials and how to use new sensing principles for innovative applications in e.g. meteorology. So as to bring together the views of all the different groups needed to produce new gas sensing applications, renowned industrial and academic representatives report on their experiences and expectations in research, applications and industrialisation.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » application - gas sensor principles - gas sensors - industrialisation - requirements - solid state sensors

Related subjects » Analytical Chemistry - Electronics & Electrical Engineering - Industrial Chemistry and Chemical Engineering - Materials - Nanotechnology - Signals & Communication

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