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Title: Use of the JPL Electronic Nose to detect leaks and spills in an enclosed environment
Authors: Ryan, Margaret A.
Homer, M. L.
Zhou, H.
Pelletier, C. C.
Manatt, K.
Jewell, A. D.
Kisor, A.
Shevade, A. V.
Lewis, C. R.
Taylor, C. J.
Yen, S. -P S.
Weiller, B. H.
Blanco, M.
Goddard, W. A. III.
Keywords: chemical sensors
electronic nose
environmental monitoring
air quality monitor
polymer - carbon composite
conductometric sensors
Issue Date: 20-Mar-2006
Publisher: Pasadena, CA : Jet Propulsion Laboratory, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2006.
Citation: GOMACTech, San Diego, California, March
Abstract: An electronic nose to be used as an air quality monitor in human habitats in space has been developed at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. This device is capable of detecting, identifying and quantifying several organic and inorganic chemical species which might be present as contaminants in spacecraft air. The complete portable device, including sensors, electronics, and software for data analysis, has been extensively tested.
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