4 edition of Optical Chemical Sensors (NATO Science Series II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry) found in the catalog.
April 26, 2006 by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||F. Baldini (Editor), A.N. Chester (Editor), J. Homola (Editor), S. Martellucci (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||567|
Volynskii, A. Also, sensors based on microelectromechanical systems may enable fluidic elements to operate as controls and actuation devices in the future. The sensitivity is then defined as the ratio between the output signal and measured property. Kondo, M. Consequently, a characteristic physical parameter varies and this variation is reported by means of an integrated transducer that generates the output signal. This need for electrical interfacing is causing a broadening in the definition of a sensor to include the systems interface and signal conditioning features that form an integral part of the sensing system.
As regards the electrical conductivity sensors, the resistance of their active sensing layer changes due to contact with the gas to be detected. Liu, C. Du, J. We will review the current status of ultrafast technologies, present selected industrial case studies and outline future key developments. As an important part of biology, the biosensor provides the important support for the biological technology.
Retro-Reflective Sensors Transmitter and receiver are both in the same house, through a reflector the emitted light beam is directed back to the receiver. The terms "sensor" and "transducer" have often been used as synonyms. Dmitriev, Chemical Society Reviews, Yeh, C. These references can form a basis from which a more detailed study of any particular sensing technology, principle, or application can be initiated.
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Thus, it should not be surprising that there is no unanimous concept of a sensor. A sensor's accuracy may be considerably worse than its resolution.
Taguchi, H. Classification of chemical sensors based on sensing objects. Optical Chemical Sensors book Eric Mottay is the president and CEO of Amplitude Systemes, France, a company he founded in and which is now a leader in industrial ultrafast lasers.
Since the first semiconductor metal-oxide-ceramic gas sensor was reported inthe semiconductor Optical Chemical Sensors book sensors have become the most comprehensive and widely used gas sensors.
Converting the sensor's electrical output for example V to the measured units for example K requires dividing the electrical output by the slope or multiplying by its reciprocal. Often, this behavior is described with a bode plot showing sensitivity error and phase shift as a function of the frequency of a periodic input signal.
More recently, a new era in sensor technology was ushered in by the development of large-scale silicon processing, permitting the exploitation of silicon to create new methods for transducing physical phenomena into electrical output that can be readily processed by a computer.
Some sensors may incorporate more than one sensor element e. Nishide, Polymers for Advanced Technologies,19, As a matter of fact, light coming from certain exited matter e. A simple example is a diaphragm pressure gauge. The distributed and nonconductive nature of optical fibres makes optical sensors perfect for oil and gas applications, including pipeline monitoring.
Moskvina, A. Phototransistors are a type of bipolar transistor where the base-collector junction is exposed to light. The support material improves the mechanical properties of the sensor and aids handling and optical measurements.
Saf and I. Kuo, M. Ponomarev and T. The chemical information may originate from a chemical reaction by a biomaterial, chemical compound, or a combination of both attached onto the surface of a physical transducer toward the analyte.
Special devices even allow for a detection of transparent objects or those with different colors or variations in contrast. However, as synthetic biomimetic materials are going to substitute to some extent recognition biomaterials, a sharp distinction between a biosensor and a standard chemical sensor is superfluous.
Polyolefins such as polypropylene PP and polyethylene PE are common polymers which represent over half the total polymers produced in the world. Advantage: The diffused light intensity at the receiver serves as the switching condition. The diaphragm could be made of a piezoelectric material, in which the air would induce an electrical charge; an inductive or capacitive effect could be employed to measure the charge related to the strain and the deflection and thereby infer the pressure.
Of late, non-woven polyolefin materials have been developed for a range of industrial Optical Chemical Sensors book including textiles, membranes, filtration systems27 and charge separators in Li-ion batteries.Research in the area of chemical and biochemical sensors and the development of respective applications is still growing rapidly.
This book aims at instructing researcher and practitioners in both disciplines in a strictly systematic, interdisciplinary and practice-oriented way about the basic technology of chemical and biochemical sensors.
From the reviews of the second edition: “Introduces the main operating principles of chemical sensors. addressed to students of chemistry, physics, Optical Chemical Sensors book engineering who want to gain knowledge of the working principles of chemical sensors. excellent ‘teaching’ book for graduate and master students.
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