Detection of nitrogen dioxide using a room temperature operation mid-infrared InSb light emitting diode

C. H. Wang, J. G. Crowder, V. Mannheim, T. Ashley, D. T. Dutton, A. D. Johnson, G. J. Pryce, S. D. Smith

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Abstract

The authors report trace gas detection of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) using a room temperature operation InSb LED and an infrared absorption technique. A gas growth characteristic has been obtained for an 11 cm long gas cell containing a light pipe for light collection and transmission. The results show that detection of NO2 at a concentration level of 10ppm can be achieved in this sensor design.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)300-301
Number of pages2
JournalElectronics Letters
Volume34
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 5 Feb 1998

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    Wang, C. H., Crowder, J. G., Mannheim, V., Ashley, T., Dutton, D. T., Johnson, A. D., Pryce, G. J., & Smith, S. D. (1998). Detection of nitrogen dioxide using a room temperature operation mid-infrared InSb light emitting diode. Electronics Letters, 34(3), 300-301.