Ammonia Optical Sensing by Microring Resonators
AbstractA very compact (device area around 40 μm2) optical ammonia sensor based on amicroring resonator is presented in this work. Silicon-on-insulator technology is used insensor design and a dye doped polymer is adopted as sensing material. The sensor exhibitsa very good linearity and a minimum detectable refractive index shift of sensing materialas low as 8x10-5, with a detection limit around 4 ‰. View Full-Text
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Passaro, V.M.N.; Dell’Olio, F.; De Leonardis, F. Ammonia Optical Sensing by Microring Resonators. Sensors 2007, 7, 2741-2749.
Passaro VMN, Dell’Olio F, De Leonardis F. Ammonia Optical Sensing by Microring Resonators. Sensors. 2007; 7(11):2741-2749.Chicago/Turabian Style
Passaro, Vittorio M.N.; Dell’Olio, Francesco; De Leonardis, Francesco. 2007. "Ammonia Optical Sensing by Microring Resonators." Sensors 7, no. 11: 2741-2749.