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Carbon Monoxide Sensing Technologies

  • ID: 5233689
  • Book
  • March 2021
  • 76 Pages
  • Materials Research Forum
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The book covers the sensing and monitoring of poisonous carbon monoxide pollution in the environment. The sensors covered include semiconducting metal oxides, carbon nanotubes, conducting polymeric thin films, sensors based on colorimetric detection, non-dispersive infrared sensors, electrochemical sensors and photoacoustic detectors.

About the Authors

Gurleen Kaur Gulati

The author received a BSc (Hons.) in Chemistry from St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi (India) in 2013, and an MSc in Chemistry from the University of Delhi in 2015. She is working as a research fellow under the supervision of Dr. Satish Kumar at St. Stephen’s College. The research involved the synthesis of macrocyclic receptors for the detection of toxic ions.

Loveleen Kaur Gulati

The author received a BSc (Hons.) in Chemistry from St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi (India) in 2013, and an MSc in Chemistry from the University of Delhi in 2015. She is working as a research fellow under the supervision of Dr. Satish Kumar at St. Stephen’s College. The research aimed at the development of photochromic receptors for toxic analyte sensing.

Satish Kumar

The author is an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry at St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi. During the last 18 years, Dr. Satish Kumar has worked in interdisciplinary areas covering theoretical chemistry, nanochemistry, and application of principles of molecular recognition to design molecular receptors. Dr. Satish Kumar has published several research papers related to the development of receptors for neutral molecules, anions, and cations. He has 16 years of teaching experience.

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1. Introduction
2. Types of gas sensing devices
3. Biosensing of carbon monoxide
Conclusions
Acknowledgments
References
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