Acetone vapor sensing using a vertical cavity surface emitting laser diode coated with polystyrene

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title = "Acetone vapor sensing using a vertical cavity surface emitting laser diode coated with polystyrene",
author = "Thor Ansbæk and Nielsen, {Claus Højgaard} and Larsen, {Niels Bent} and Søren Dohn and Anja Boisen and Il-Sug Chung and David Larsson and Kresten Yvind",
year = "2009",
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T1 - Acetone vapor sensing using a vertical cavity surface emitting laser diode coated with polystyrene

A1 - Ansbæk,Thor

A1 - Nielsen,Claus Højgaard

A1 - Larsen,Niels Bent

A1 - Dohn,Søren

A1 - Boisen,Anja

A1 - Chung,Il-Sug

A1 - Larsson,David

A1 - Yvind,Kresten

AU - Ansbæk,Thor

AU - Nielsen,Claus Højgaard

AU - Larsen,Niels Bent

AU - Dohn,Søren

AU - Boisen,Anja

AU - Chung,Il-Sug

AU - Larsson,David

AU - Yvind,Kresten

PY - 2009

Y1 - 2009

N2 - We report theoretical and experimental on a new vapor sensor, using a single-mode vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) coated with a polymer sensor coating, which can detect acetone vapor at a volume fraction of 2.5%. The sensor provides the advantage of standard packaging, small form-factor, mechanical stability and low cost when combined with a monolithically integrated photodiode detector.

AB - We report theoretical and experimental on a new vapor sensor, using a single-mode vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser (VCSEL) coated with a polymer sensor coating, which can detect acetone vapor at a volume fraction of 2.5%. The sensor provides the advantage of standard packaging, small form-factor, mechanical stability and low cost when combined with a monolithically integrated photodiode detector.

BT - Proceedings of COMS

T2 - Proceedings of COMS

ER -