A low temperature operated NO2 gas POF sensor based on conducting graft polymer

Authors

  • Erwin Maciak Department of Optoelectronics Silesian University of Technology
  • Piotr Sufa Department of Optoelectronics Silesian University of Technology
  • Agnieszka Stolarczyk Department of Physical Chemistry and Technology of Polymers, Silesian University of Technology

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https://doi.org/10.4302/photon.%20lett.%20pl.v6i4.529

Abstract

It has developed a simple POF sensor that is used to detection and measure concentration of nitrogen dioxide, at low temperatures (about 50°C). In this work, we present thermal profiling process of sensor head type POF, and application of sensing structure based on grafted polymer preparation by dip-coating technique. Were performed characterization prepared structures and tests with various concentration NO2 at low temperature and dry atmosphere.

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Published

2014-12-31

How to Cite

Maciak, E., Sufa, P., & Stolarczyk, A. (2014). A low temperature operated NO2 gas POF sensor based on conducting graft polymer. Photonics Letters of Poland, 6(4), pp. 124–126. https://doi.org/10.4302/photon. lett. pl.v6i4.529

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