A new method using a catalytic sensor for the identification and concentration measurement of combustible gases

Abstract : the present state-of-the-art in gas detection does not allow the precise titration of a combustible gas in air with a single catalytic sensor, because the signal depends also on other parameters than the oxidation of the gas. It is why the catalytic transducers always consist of both a detector and a compensating element. We present here a process which permits the avoidance of the compensating element, and which, moreover, allows the identification of the combustible gas and the recognition of high concentrations for some gases
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Gérard Rose, Isabelle Zdanevitch. A new method using a catalytic sensor for the identification and concentration measurement of combustible gases. 5. International Meeting on Chemical Sensors, Jul 1994, Rome, Italy. pp.547-550. ⟨ineris-00971901⟩

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