Autors: Denishev, K. H., Dimitrova, T, A.

Abstract: In the human life, there are several areas, where chemical sensors are necessary. Such are medical care and analysis, breath analyzers, food control, wine aroma analysis, ecological air analysis, alcohol tests, technological gas and atmosphere analysis etc. In recent years, interest has grown in developing of an electronic “nose”, capable of detecting mixed gases and even odors. There are several different ways to make such chemical sensors. One of them is to use chemical sensitive material to analyze the presence and the quantity of some gaseous component in the technological or surr


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ELECTRONICS’ 2005,21 – 23 September, vol. 5, pp. 150-155, 2005, Bulgaria,

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