Selective Gas Detection by a Single MOX-Sensor†
AbstractSelective analysis of CO gas, hydrogen and hydrogen sulfide was carried out using single metal oxide sensor. Non-stationary sensor heating mode allowed discovering individual peculiarities of each gas in question. Resistance vs. time curves were converted into multidimensional data arrays and processed by chemometrics methods; as a result, qualitative and quantitative analysis of single-component gas systems was successfully carried out.
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Shaposhnik, A.; Moskalev, P.; Zviagin, A.; Chegereva, K.; Ryabtsev, S.; Vasiliev, A.; Shaposhnik, P. Selective Gas Detection by a Single MOX-Sensor. Proceedings 2017, 1, 594.
Shaposhnik A, Moskalev P, Zviagin A, Chegereva K, Ryabtsev S, Vasiliev A, Shaposhnik P. Selective Gas Detection by a Single MOX-Sensor. Proceedings. 2017; 1(4):594.Chicago/Turabian Style
Shaposhnik, Aleksei; Moskalev, Pavel; Zviagin, Alexey; Chegereva, Kristina; Ryabtsev, Stanislav; Vasiliev, Alexey; Shaposhnik, Polina. 2017. "Selective Gas Detection by a Single MOX-Sensor." Proceedings 1, no. 4: 594.
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