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Sensors 2004, 4(6), 95-104; doi:10.3390/s40670095
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Study of Influencing Factors of Dynamic Measurements Based on SnO2 Gas Sensor

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Received: 1 April 2004; Accepted: 19 August 2004 / Published: 30 August 2004
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Abstract: The gas-sensing behaviour based on a dynamic measurement method of a single SnO2 gas sensor was investigated by comparison with the static measurement. The influencing factors of nonlinear response such as modulation temperature, duty ratio, heating waveform (rectangular, sinusoidal, saw-tooth, pulse, etc.) were also studied. Experimental data showed that temperature was the most essential factor because the changes of frequency and heating waveform could result in the changes of temperature essentially.
Keywords: Dynamic measurement; gas-sensing behaviour; influencing factors Dynamic measurement; gas-sensing behaviour; influencing factors
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Sun, Y.; Huang, X.; Meng, F.; Liu, J. Study of Influencing Factors of Dynamic Measurements Based on SnO2 Gas Sensor. Sensors 2004, 4, 95-104.

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Sun Y, Huang X, Meng F, Liu J. Study of Influencing Factors of Dynamic Measurements Based on SnO2 Gas Sensor. Sensors. 2004; 4(6):95-104.

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Sun, Yufeng; Huang, Xingjiu; Meng, Fanli; Liu, Jinhuai. 2004. "Study of Influencing Factors of Dynamic Measurements Based on SnO2 Gas Sensor." Sensors 4, no. 6: 95-104.


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