Sensing Volatile Chemicals Using Conducting Polymer Arrays

  • Richard A. Bailey
  • Krishna C. Persaud
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Part of the Macromolecular Systems — Materials Approach book series (MACROSYSTEMS)

Abstract

The human sense of smell arises from the stimulation of the olfactory system by volatile chemical molecules transported with inhaled air to the olfactory epithelium, located in the roof of the nose, where the sensory cells are situated [1]. To be detected by the human olfactory system, and as such defined as an odorant, a compound needs to be volatile at ambient temperature. As a consequence, odorants are generally compounds with molecular mass of less than 300 Daltons [2]. They are usually organic molecules containing a limited number of functional groups [3].

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Zeolite Schizophrenia Oligomer Aniline Butanol 

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