1 July 2021
We are pleased to share the article “Benefits of virtual sensors for air quality monitoring in humid conditions”, authored by SensMat partners Guillem Domènech-Gil and Donatella Puglisi from Linköping University, Sweden, and just published on Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Elsevier.
In this research work, advanced operation mode of a chemical gas sensor was used for enhancing the sensing performance and response towards formaldehyde, formic acid, and acetic acid under humid conditions. In museum environments, these three gases are of main concern as they are linked to materials damage of artifacts and collections. Developing an environmental monitoring system capable to discriminate and quantify such air pollutants is a crucial step to reduce damage to museum collections and pollution’s risk to cultural property.
We are pleased to share the article “Benefits of virtual sensors for air quality monitoring in humid conditions”, authored by […]
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