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nh3 gas

The air's humidity can be measured using Jinhong gas NH3 Gas. Due to its high sensitivity to changes in air sensitivity, it makes a fantastic sensor gas. It won't experience a sudden drop in temperature because of its excellent resistance to thermal instability. This is crucial for a sensor since a loss of sensitivity could result in an incorrect reading.

Sensor response

The NH3 gas sensor's ability to detect gases is influenced by a number of variables, this was examined by JinHong Gas. These are the features of electron donor-acceptors and electron donors, as well as polarity, acid-base character, selectivity, redox process, Hydrogen bonding, swelling, and charge transfer. In this research, we investigated how various sensors responded to NH3 gas at ambient temperature.


Initially, we looked at how humidity affected the sensor. We filled the test chamber with water vapor. A humidity meter was then used to calculate the amount of water vapor present. At 700 C, we carried out the identical series of measurements once more. The carbon doped with 84% TiO2 in this experiment demonstrated the best sensing capabilities for determining ammonia selectively.


The sensor's sensitivity to NH3, Co2, ethanol, methanol, and pure volatile organic vapours were the subjects of our second investigation. By subjecting the sensor to 100 ppm of each gas, the selectivity of the sensor was evaluated.


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