Publication detail

Fluctuation-enhanced gas sensing using polypyrrole-based QCM and its adsorption-desorption kinetics

SEDLÁK, P. ŠIKULA, J. VONDRA, M. SEDLÁKOVÁ, V. MAJZNER, J. HOLCMAN, V.

Original Title

Fluctuation-enhanced gas sensing using polypyrrole-based QCM and its adsorption-desorption kinetics

English Title

Fluctuation-enhanced gas sensing using polypyrrole-based QCM and its adsorption-desorption kinetics

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Concerning sensors, users generally require minimizing impact of fluctuations on measurements in order to achieve maximal signal-to-noise ratio. However, fluctuation mechanisms can also give useful pieces of information about physical or chemical processes occurred in a sensor. Several authors demonstrated that noise measurement and its evaluation may represent an approach of extracting more selective response from sensors

English abstract

Concerning sensors, users generally require minimizing impact of fluctuations on measurements in order to achieve maximal signal-to-noise ratio. However, fluctuation mechanisms can also give useful pieces of information about physical or chemical processes occurred in a sensor. Several authors demonstrated that noise measurement and its evaluation may represent an approach of extracting more selective response from sensors

Keywords

QCM, polypyrrole, gas sensing, fluctuation

RIV year

2012

Released

18.09.2012

Publisher

MIDEM

Location

Ljubljana

ISBN

978-961-92933-2-4

Book

Proceedings MIDEM 2012

Pages from

399

Pages to

404

Pages count

6

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT96024,
  author="Petr {Sedlák} and Josef {Šikula} and Marek {Vondra} and Vlasta {Sedláková} and Jiří {Majzner} and Vladimír {Holcman}",
  title="Fluctuation-enhanced gas sensing using polypyrrole-based QCM and its adsorption-desorption kinetics",
  annote="Concerning sensors, users generally require minimizing impact of fluctuations on measurements in order to achieve maximal signal-to-noise ratio. However, fluctuation mechanisms can also give useful pieces of information about physical or chemical processes occurred in a sensor. Several authors demonstrated that noise measurement and its evaluation may represent an approach of extracting more selective response from sensors",
  address="MIDEM",
  booktitle="Proceedings MIDEM 2012",
  chapter="96024",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="MIDEM",
  year="2012",
  month="september",
  pages="399--404",
  publisher="MIDEM",
  type="conference paper"
}