A planar micro-flame ionization detector with an integrated guard electrode

@inproceedings{Kuipers2008APM,
  title={A planar micro-flame ionization detector with an integrated guard electrode},
  author={Winfred Kuipers and J{\"o}rg M{\"u}ller},
  year={2008}
}
The flame ionization detector (FID) quantifies small concentrations of organic compounds by flame ionization of hydrocarbons and measurement of the resulting ion current. The ion current represents the number of carbon atoms in the sample gas. The miniaturization of the FID by MEMS technology (µFID) is expected to increase its use, because of reduced oxyhydrogen consumption. This loosens safety precautions and makes portable applications possible. In contrast to a former µFID design, the… CONTINUE READING

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