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Recent progress in intrinsic fiber optic chemical sensing
Author(s): Robert A. Lieberman
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Paper Abstract

An overview is given of intrinsic fiber-optic chemical sensing encompassing refractometric sensors, evanescent spectroscopic sensors, coated-fiber sensors, and core-based sensors. Specific attention is given to techniques that are being tested such as commercial fluoroimmunoassay probes, evanescent-wave sensors for monitoring composite curing, and liquid-level monitors based on refractometric sensors. Of particular interest in the realm of research are intrinsic fiber devices that employ dyes and similar intermediaries to enhance the response of the sensors. Sensors that employ such intermediaries are expected to provide greater sensitivity to target analytes. The sensor techniques presently under development are also concluded to be useful for air-quality monitoring, and specific projects are discussed that are aimed at sensing gaseous species.

Paper Details

Date Published: 1 March 1991
PDF: 10 pages
Proc. SPIE 1368, Chemical, Biochemical, and Environmental Fiber Sensors II, (1 March 1991); doi: 10.1117/12.24775
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Robert A. Lieberman, AT&T Bell Labs. (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 1368:
Chemical, Biochemical, and Environmental Fiber Sensors II
Robert A. Lieberman; Marek T. Wlodarczyk, Editor(s)

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