Understanding the effects of humidity on ionic liquid-based electrochemical gas sensors

Understanding the effects of humidity on ionic liquid-based electrochemical gas sensors

Electrochemical gas sensors are critically important tools used in a wide variety of everyday tasks, but with current designs, their performance can be significantly diminished in hot, dry conditions. Debbie Silvester at Curtin University, Australia suggests that this problem could be overcome through the use of specialised salts, which remain liquid at room temperature. While these substances are known to […]

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