Zeolite Thin Film-Coated Fiber Sensor for Measuring Chemical Trace Based on Multimode Interference
This paper reports the development of zeolite thin film-coated optical fiber sensor for directly measuring trace organic vapors. The sensor was based on multimode interference (MMI) effects. By using a single mode-multimode-single mode (SMS) structure and zeolite coated on non-cladding multimode fiber, organic vapors could be detected and the experimental data shows that the sensor performs well in terms of sensitivity and linearity.
J. Huang et al., "Zeolite Thin Film-Coated Fiber Sensor for Measuring Chemical Trace Based on Multimode Interference," Proceedings of the Advances in Optical Materials (2012, San Diego, CA), Optical Society of America, Feb 2012.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1364/AIOM.2012.ITh1B.3
Advances in Optical Materials 2012 , AIOM (2012: Feb. 1-3, San Diego, CA)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Chemical traces; Fiber sensor; Multi-mode interference; Optical fiber sensor; Organic vapors; Optical materials; Sensors; Thin films; Vapors; Multimode fibers
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01 Feb 2012