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SPR-ellipsometric Measurements for Zeolite-based Biogas Detection

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Recently, biogas detection has been received much attention in order to identify the specific disease such as lung cancer. In this work, we focus on a molecular sieve effect of a zeolite to detect biogases in real time. Zeolite nanoparticles of a ZSM-5 type were chosen as a molecular screening of an acetone gas. We propose a new gas sensing method based on a surface plasmon resonance using a metal-zeolite hybrid structure.

© 2018 Optical Society of Japan

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