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Author(s): G. K. Tiwari, Vasant Naidu, Namita Agarkar, H.V. Tiwary

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Address: School of studies in Electronics, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University Raipur-492 010, C.G
India "Barkatullan University, Bhopal-462 026, M.P. India.

Published In:   Volume - 14,      Issue - 1,     Year - 2001

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ABSTRACT:
This is simple and highly sensitive method for the letermination and discrimination of alcohols at ppm level. This sensing is based on change in electrical conductivities and capacitance due to chemi-adsorption of alcohols at' the surface of triglycine selenate (TGSe) in a small duration of response time. This paper deals with the cheml-adsorption of alcohol vapours and give rise to the gas-solid phase interaction with tri glycine selenate pellet as the function· of alcohol vapour concentration in air with Its ambient leading to act as an alchol sensor.

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Tiwari, Naidu, Agarkar and Tiwary (2001). Application Of Ferroelectric Triglycine Selenate As Alcohol Sensor. Journal of Ravishankar University (Part-B: Science), 14(1), pp.1-12.


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