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Vol. 44, Issue 6, June 2004, pp. 273-277

 

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Application of Metaloxide Sensors and Chemometric Methods

for Organic Substances Vapor Detection

 

 

 

Stanislaw REMBEZA1, Ekaterina REMBEZA1, Tamara SVISTOVA1,

Andrew Kalach2, Vladimir Loginov2

1Department of semiconductor physics, State Technical University,

 Moscow ave., 12, 394030 Voronezh, Russia

2Physical department, Institute of Ministry of Internal Affairs,

Patriots ave., 53, 394065 Voronezh, Russia

Phone: +7-0732-410468, E-mail: andrey_kalach@mnogo.ru

 

Received: 28 June 2004  /Accepted: 29 June 2004  /Published: 30 June 2004

 

Abstract: Gas sensitivity of annealed tin dioxide slicks B - and C - type to ethanol, acetone, isopropanol vapors was researched. Operating temperatures at which sensitivity to vapors of researched substance is maximum - 330 0C for ethanol, 360 0C for acetone and 400 0C for isopropanol are specific.

 

Keywords: metalloxide sensor, chemometric

 

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