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Meeting 2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Recent Advancement on Stretchable and Wearable Electronics
Presentation Title Wireless Gas Sensing with NFC-enabled Mobile Device
Author(s) Tuo Ji, Yichuan Zhao, Forrest Sheng Bao,
On-Site Speaker (Planned)
Abstract Scope Advancement of gas monitoring technologies rely on the development of advanced sensing materials and sensor structures. In this work, we have successfully integrated novel polyaniline nanotube arrays (PANI-NTA) onto a near field communication (NFC)-enabled mobile device for quantitative ammonia detection. The resistance of PANI-NTA can be measured and referenced to ammonia concentration via pre-determined concentration-resistivity standard curve. Our App is loaded on a NFC-enabled Android device. To read the data, the Android device needs to tap (non-contact) the coil of the NFC transponder twice. The first time, a read instruction is sent to the transponder and hence the voltage divided by PANI is measured by analog-to-digital converter of the NFC transponder and stored in its memory. The second time, the stored measurement will be sent to the Android App, which will transform the voltage into resistance of the PANI and hence the gas concentration.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: TMS Journal: Journal of Electronic Materials

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