Microfabricated Formaldehyde Gas Sensors
AbstractFormaldehyde is a volatile organic compound that is widely used in textiles, paper, wood composites, and household materials. Formaldehyde will continuously outgas from manufactured wood products such as furniture, with adverse health effects resulting from prolonged low-level exposure. New, microfabricated sensors for formaldehyde have been developed to meet the need for portable, low-power gas detection. This paper reviews recent work including silicon microhotplates for metal oxide-based detection, enzyme-based electrochemical sensors, and nanowire-based sensors. This paper also investigates the promise of polymer-based sensors for low-temperature, low-power operation. View Full-Text
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Flueckiger, J.; Ko, F.K.; Cheung, K.C. Microfabricated Formaldehyde Gas Sensors. Sensors 2009, 9, 9196-9215.
Flueckiger J, Ko FK, Cheung KC. Microfabricated Formaldehyde Gas Sensors. Sensors. 2009; 9(11):9196-9215.Chicago/Turabian Style
Flueckiger, Jonas; Ko, Frank K.; Cheung, Karen C. 2009. "Microfabricated Formaldehyde Gas Sensors." Sensors 9, no. 11: 9196-9215.