Applications

  1. Sensors


Our microporous thin-films can be cast on supports for a variety of gas and liquid sensor applications. We worked with Prof. Craig Grimes on magnetoelastic sensors for the detection of ethylene, a plant ripening hormone. In this application, films adsorb ethylene changing the weight of the film which in turn is registered as a change in the magnetoelastic properties of the device. Currently, we are developing sensors for detecting the presence of trace inorganic analytes in water.





Professor Marc A. Anderson

nanopor2@gmail.com

608-446-8160

Professor Marc A. Anderson Lab of Sol-Gel Chemistry

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