STONEHAM, A (1991) Oxide semiconductors: Patterns of Gas Response Behaviour according to Material Type. In: Moseley, PT and Norris, JOW and Williams, DE, (eds.) Techniques and mechanisms in gas sensing. (108 - 138). Adam Hilger: Bristol, UK.
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The rapidly growing concern over domestic, industrial and stratospheric pollutants and their effects on the environment has greatly increased interest in gas sensing techniques. Techniques and Mechanisms in Gas Sensing and its previously published companion volume Solid State Gas Sensors (also in the Adam Hilger Series on Sensors) provide a thorough and up-to-date insight into the underlying principles and usage of all the major gas sensing techniques currently in widespread use. Some of the new developments covered include gas sensors based on field-effect transistors, surface acoustic wave devices, fibre optic gas sensors and the exploitation of pattern recognition methods. The work thereby presented will be an invaluable reference work to both academics and industrial technologists, and to all who have a vested interest in gas monitoring.
|Title:||Oxide semiconductors: Patterns of Gas Response Behaviour according to Material Type|
|Keywords:||Technology & Engineering|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > London Centre for Nanotechnology|
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