Reversible nanoporous sensors of carbon monoxide in atmosphere

Alexander Novikov

Abstract


Optical сhemical compositions being sensitive to carbon monoxide in atmosphere were investigated and tested. The gas sensitive Palladium(II) complexes were immobilized within nano-scale through-out porous glass substrates. Fabricated specimens have demonstrated reversible color changes while interaction with gaseous carbon monoxide in atmosphere.

Keywords


Optical chemical sensors, Carbon monoxide detection, Nanoporous glass composition materials, Palladium complexes.

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