Principles of Chemical Sensors

Principles of Chemical Sensors

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There are so many chemical sensor books on the market that adding one more would seem to be a rather unnecessary exercise. My aim has been to provide material that college or graduate level instructors could use when teaching this subject. The focus is on operating principles, rather than on description of specific sensor or even types of sensors. People who regularly referee sensor manuscripts and research proposals may also find it useful as a reference, for testing one or another dubious proposed sensing scheme. Unfortunately, some strange ideas often get through the review process and become a permanent part of the knowledge database. A qfood-for-thoughtq section has been added at the end of each chapter, which is intended to provoke probing questions about such qschemesq. Since this is a never-ending process a qfood-for-thoughtq website has been established as a permanent qblogq that supplements this book. It can be accessed at: http://www.chemistry.gatech.edu/faculty/Janata/Later I organized my lecture notes into the ?rst edition of this book, which was published by Plenum in 1989 under the title Principles of Chemical Sensors. I started working on the second edition in 2006.


Title:Principles of Chemical Sensors
Author: Jiri Janata
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2009-07-06
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