Special Issue "Sensing of Scent, Fragrance, Smell, and Odor Emissions from Biota Sources"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 August 2013).
Interests: environmental & biomedical monitoring; air quality & Environmental Engineering; material engineering; coordination polymers; Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs)
Special Issues and Collections in MDPI journals
Special Issue in Sensors: Direct and Indirect Sensing of Odor and VOCs and Their Control
Special Issue in Sensors: Sensing of Toxic and Hazardous Metals in Various Environmental Media
Special Issue in Sensors: Odor Detection: Electronic Nose, Olfactometer, and Advanced Instrumentation
Special Issue in Sensors: Modern Technologies for Sensing Pollution in Air, Water, and Soil
Special Issue in Sensors: The Use of New and/or Improved Materials for Sensing Applications
Special Issue in Environments: Volatile Organic Compounds in Environment
Special Issue in Environments: Odor and VOCs: Human Perception, Sensing, and Treatment
Special Issue in Sensors: Metal-Organic Frameworks for Various Sensing Applications
Special Issue in Applied Sciences: Advanced or Conventional Materials as Sorbent
Special Issue in Sensors: Nanomaterials for Environmental and Biological Monitoring
Special Issue in Applied Sciences: Advanced or Conventional Materials as Sorbent Ⅱ
Special Issue in Nanomaterials: MOF-Based Nanostructured Materials: Synthesis and Applications
Many types of scents, musk, fragrances, smells, odors, and pheromones are produced from various biota sources present in the biosphere, e.g., fauna, flora, bacteria, fruits, flowers, trees, meats, fresh/decaying foods, etc. In light of the environmental significance of the various odor types characterizing certain odorous events, it is crucially important to be able to describe, both qualitatively and quantitatively, the concentration levels and/or relative composition of both major and minor components giving rise to such odorous conditions. Despite many advances achieved in the last 10 years in the sensing, and instrumental techniques for odor quantitation, it still remains of utmost importance to expand our knowledge on the exact nature of various odor types and improve our odor detection abilities.
Hence, this Special Issue is proposed to collate articles (to aid researchers) that focus principally on the most recent advances in: (1) sampling techniques for odor, fragrance, and related components, (2) olfactometry, (3) electronic noses, (4) advanced instrumentation (e.g., combination of thermal desorption with GC-MS or MS-MS, GC-GC, etc.), and (5) all other available or emerging tools for odor sensing.
Prof. Dr. Ki-Hyun Kim
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- electronic nose