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8 November 2005 Zeolite-coated optical fiber sensors for in situ detection of organics in gas and liquid phases
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Polycrystalline MFI zeolite thin films have been grown on the surface of optical fibers by in-situ crystallization method. The zeolite-coated optical fibers were investigated for detection of trace organic compounds in gas and liquid phases. The reflectivity of the zeolite-coated fibers responded to the change in organic concentration monotonically and reversibly. The effect of zeolite material chemistry of the zeolite crystals on the sensor behavior was also studied.
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Jian Zhang, Hai Xiao, and Junhang Dong "Zeolite-coated optical fiber sensors for in situ detection of organics in gas and liquid phases", Proc. SPIE 5993, Advanced Environmental, Chemical, and Biological Sensing Technologies III, 59930N (8 November 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.630186
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