Polymer-Based Conducting Material Used for Water Vapour Detection in Air
An attempt has been made to apply an unconventional, conducting, polymer-based material for the detection of water vapour in air. The influence of the heat-treatment temperature and chemical treatment of the surface on the changes of electrical resistance observed in the course of water adsorption is presented.
KeywordsWater Vapour Water Adsorption Current Carrier Water Vapour Concentration Furfuryl Alcohol
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