Korean university pushes limits of gas sensing tech with organic–inorganic hybrid gas sensor


In an ever-industrialising world, the exposure to harmful gases, such as nitrogen dioxide (NO2), poses a significant risk to industrial workers’ health.

Inhalation of NO2 can lead to severe respiratory diseases, underscoring the need for constant monitoring to ensure a safe workplace.

To address this concern, a team of researchers from Korea, led by Professor Yeong Don Park from the Department of Energy and Chemical Engineering at Incheon National University, has recently unveiled an innovative solution. 

Their study, available online since August 15th, 2023, and published in Volume 473 of the Chemical Engineering Journal on October 1st, 2023, introduces a hybrid organic–inorganic gas sensor design.

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