Mining the Detector Responses of a Conducting Polymer Composite-Based Electronic Nose

Abstract

Arrays of polymer films embedded with conductive or resistive material have attracted significant attention as “electronic noses”. Sorption of a vapor into the polymer films causes physical swelling, which leads to a change in the DC electrical resistance of the film. Like the receptors of the mammalian olfactory system, each polymer-based detector responds… (More)
DOI: 10.1137/1.9781611972719.11

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@inproceedings{Burl2001MiningTD, title={Mining the Detector Responses of a Conducting Polymer Composite-Based Electronic Nose}, author={Michael C. Burl and Shawn M. Briglin and Brett J. Doleman and Alan Hopkins and Adam J Matzger and D. N. Ortiz and A. Schaffer and S. Upchurch and T. Vaid and Nathan S. Lewis}, booktitle={SDM}, year={2001} }