A Gas Sensor Device for Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide Detection†
AbstractSensors for monitoring oxygen and carbon dioxide are crucial as investigational devices in many different research fields, including environmental, biomedical and industrial. They must be easily configurable, fast responding, and with good reproducibility and sensitivity. The state of art reports different sensing and transducing strategies: electrochemical, optical, conductometric etc., based on specific chemically interactive materials. In this work, a multisensor system based on electrochemical sensors acting via a liquid medium and controlled by a dedicated low-noise electronic interface is equipped with an elaboration unit able in extracting/storing a committed model for oxygen and carbon dioxide detection.
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Santonico, M.; Pennazza, G.; Parente, F.R.; Grasso, S.; Zompanti, A.; Stornelli, V.; Ferri, G.; Bizzarri, M.; D’Amico, A. A Gas Sensor Device for Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide Detection. Proceedings 2017, 1, 447.
Santonico M, Pennazza G, Parente FR, Grasso S, Zompanti A, Stornelli V, Ferri G, Bizzarri M, D’Amico A. A Gas Sensor Device for Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide Detection. Proceedings. 2017; 1(4):447.Chicago/Turabian Style
Santonico, Marco; Pennazza, Giorgio; Parente, Francesca Romana; Grasso, Simone; Zompanti, Alessandro; Stornelli, Vincenzo; Ferri, Giuseppe; Bizzarri, Mariano; D’Amico, Arnaldo. 2017. "A Gas Sensor Device for Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide Detection." Proceedings 1, no. 4: 447.
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