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Near-Infrared Absorption Gas Sensors using Metal-Organic Framework-Coated Optical Fibers

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Abstract

We report a near-infrared fiber-optic CO2 sensor with only 8-centimeter sensing length coated with nanoporous metal-organic framework materials. We achieved 500ppm detection limit with an overall response time of 40 seconds in a gas cell.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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