Novel hydrogen sensors using evanescent microwave probes

@inproceedings{TabibAzar1999NovelHS,
  title={Novel hydrogen sensors using evanescent microwave probes},
  author={Massood Tabib-Azar and Boonsong Sutapun},
  year={1999}
}
Gas sensing using local probes, such as atomic force and scanning tunneling microscopes, enables accurate measurement and detection of very small quantities of gas molecules and chemicals. Here, we report a unique application of the evanescent microwave probes (EMP) in detecting hydrogen. The EMP is extensively used to map resistivity and other nonuniformities in a variety of materials including metals, insulators, semiconductors (both organic and inorganic), composites, and biological… CONTINUE READING

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