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Coloration reactions between NO 2 and organic compounds in porous glass for cumulative gas sensor

Coloration reactions between nitrogen dioxide (NO 2 ) and organic compounds, such as diazocoupling reactions, were demonstrated to occur in pores by exposing organically impregnated porous glass chips to NO 2 . An NO 2 concentration of under 1 ppm can be estimated from the absorbance changes after t... Full description

Journal Title: Sensors & Actuators: B. Chemical 1998, Vol.47(1), pp.65-69
Main Author: Tanaka, Tohru
Other Authors: Ohyama, Takashi , Maruo, Yasuko Yamada , Hayashi, Takayoshi
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Language: English
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ID: ISSN: 0925-4005 ; E-ISSN: 1873-3077 ; DOI: 10.1016/S0925-4005(98)00051-3
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  • Uv–Visible Absorption
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description: Coloration reactions between nitrogen dioxide (NO 2 ) and organic compounds, such as diazocoupling reactions, were demonstrated to occur in pores by exposing organically impregnated porous glass chips to NO 2 . An NO 2 concentration of under 1 ppm can be estimated from the absorbance changes after the coloration reactions. Good linear relationships were obtained between the absorbance changes and exposure time at 200 ppb, indicating the possibility of environmental-level analysis by accumulation. Application to an actual analysis showed that this method can give the variations in NO 2 concentrations at the environmental level.
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