Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Language

eng

Format of Original

2 p.

Publication Date

2016

Publisher

Delft University of Technology

Source Publication

Proceedings of the 13th International Workshop on Nanomechanical Sensing

Abstract

This paper introduces heating pulse duration modulation on a chemically sensitive, polymer-coated resonant cantilever platform for analyte discrimination during the desorption phase. As in our previous work, the embedded heaters enable real-time measurements of analyte sorption into the polymer film, without the need for traditional valve systems and reference gases [1-2]. This work particularly looks at the effects of varying pulse lengths on the sensor responses, while holding the heating power constant. A model differential equation is developed for the sensor response based on both the device sensitivity and transient response. This model can then be used together with estimation theory for analyte identification and quantification, even in mixtures.

Comments

Published version. Published as, Proceedings of the 13th International Workshop on Nanomechanical Sensing, 2016. Publisher Link. © Delft University of Technology 2016. Used with permission.

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