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Measurement of ozone in ambient air with microsensors : on-site campaign

Abstract : Ozone is actually one of the most important atmospheric pollutants in industrial countries. Measurement is well achieved by continuous monitors but a better information on ozone levels would be given by a denser monitoring network, made possible by using a lighter and cheaper technique like microsensors.Such sensors have been tested successfully in the laboratory. We have therefore undertaken a large on-site campaign, on air quality monitoring stations of the French Networks, to validate the use of microsensors on-site. First results of the campaign were improvements in conditioning and calibration procedures. Then, stabilised sensors showed most ozone values within an interval of +/- 30 % of the concentrations given by the monitors.
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Isabelle Zdanevitch, N. Moser, C. Charpentier, A. Moquet, H. Borrel. Measurement of ozone in ambient air with microsensors : on-site campaign. 10. International Meeting on chemical sensors, Jul 2004, Tsukuba, Japan. pp.172-173. ⟨ineris-00972470⟩



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