Abstract

The electrostatic self-assembled monolayer synthesis process is used to fabricate gas sensors by building up grating sensor elements on the ends of multimode optical fibers. These novel sensors can be designed to operate in the transmission windows of standard optical fibers and implemented using specific reference wavelengths to normalize the output signals. Experimental results for such sensors designed to detect dichloromethane gas are presented.

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