Carbon Dioxide Sensing Fundamentals, Principles, and Applications by Gerlach, Guth And Oelbner

Book Description:

The book provides the reader with a profound knowledge of basic principles, properties and preferred applications of diverse kinds of CO2 measurement. It shows the advantages, disadvantages and limitations of several methods and gives a comprehensive overview of both possible applications and corresponding boundary conditions. Applications reach from environmental monitoring to safety control to biotechnology and food control and finally to medicine.

 

Carbon Dioxide Sensing: Fundamentals, Principles, and Applications

Author(s): Gerald Gerlach, Ulrich Guth, Wolfram Oelßner

Publisher: Wiley‐VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Year: 2019

ISBN: 9783527411825

Edition             1st

Length:            429 pages

Size:                 14.6 MB

Language:         English

 

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PART I GENERAL
Introduction
Carbon Dioxide
CO2 in general
Physical Properties of CO2
Chemical Properties of CO2
CO2 Cycle
Uses

PART II EX SITU METHODS: CHEMICAL ANALYTICAL PRINCIPLES
Analytical Methods

PART III IN SITU METHODS: CHEMICAL SENSOR PRINCIPLES
Potentiometric Sensors with Liquid Electrolytes
Potentiometric Sensors with Solid Electrolyte
Coulometric Sensors
Conductometric Sensors
Opto-chemical Sensors

PART IV IN SITU METHODS: PHYSICAL PRINCIPLES
Non-dispersive Infrared Sensors
Tunable Diode Laser Spectroscopy
Photoacoustic Spectroscopy
Fiber-optic Fluorescence Sensors
Acoustic Sensors

PART V COMPARISON OF METHODS
Survey and Comparison of Methods

PART VI APPLICATIONS
Environmental Monitoring
Safety Control
Biotechnology and Process Control
Bioreactors
Biology
Food Production and Control
Medicine



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