Novel sensing approach for LPG leakage detection: Part II: Effects of particle size, composition and coating layer thickness
KAUST DepartmentSensing, Magnetism and Microsystems Lab
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AbstractProminent research has been going on to develop a low-cost, efficient gas sensing system. The paper presents a continuation of our earlier research work done to develop a new sensing approach for gas detection at ambient conditions. The work exhibits the optimization of the response time of the sensor by inhabiting characteristic changes like variation in the concentration of the dispersion medium, thickness of the coating and the size of the dispersed medium. Different concentrations of the dispersion medium in the coated suspension were tested to determine the optimal composition required to achieve the highest sensitivity of the tin oxide (SnO2) layer towards the tested gas. The control over adsorption and desorption of the gas molecules in the coated layer was achieved by investigating the particle size of the dispersed medium. The response time of the coated sensor was encouraging and owns a promising potential to the development of a more efficient gas sensing system.
CitationNovel sensing approach for LPG leakage detection: Part II: Effects of particle size, composition and coating layer thickness 2015:1 IEEE Sensors Journal
JournalIEEE Sensors Journal