Pressure and Temperature Sensors Using Two Spin Crossover Materials
AbstractThe possibility of a new design concept for dual spin crossover based sensors for concomitant detection of both temperature and pressure is presented. It is conjectured from numerical results obtained by mean field approximation applied to a Ising-like model that using two different spin crossover compounds containing switching molecules with weak elastic interactions it is possible to simultaneously measure P and T. When the interaction parameters are optimized, the spin transition is gradual and for each spin crossover compounds, both temperature and pressure values being identified from their optical densities. This concept offers great perspectives for smart sensing devices. View Full-Text
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Jureschi, C.-M.; Linares, J.; Boulmaali, A.; Dahoo, P.R.; Rotaru, A.; Garcia, Y. Pressure and Temperature Sensors Using Two Spin Crossover Materials. Sensors 2016, 16, 187.
Jureschi C-M, Linares J, Boulmaali A, Dahoo PR, Rotaru A, Garcia Y. Pressure and Temperature Sensors Using Two Spin Crossover Materials. Sensors. 2016; 16(2):187.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jureschi, Catalin-Maricel; Linares, Jorge; Boulmaali, Ayoub; Dahoo, Pierre R.; Rotaru, Aurelian; Garcia, Yann. 2016. "Pressure and Temperature Sensors Using Two Spin Crossover Materials." Sensors 16, no. 2: 187.
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