Method for the Determination of Acetone Vapour Concentration by Optical Stimulation of the p-n Junction
Summary of the Doctoral Thesis
Maksims Šneiders, Riga Technical University, Latvia
The Thesis is dedicated to the development of a new acetone gas concentration determination method and sensor for medical (biomarker determination) for labour, environmental and counter-terrorism protection purposes. The solutions proposed thus far do not allow to detect low concentration of acetone gas due to shortcomings in their operating processes.
For the first time, the possibility to reduce the acetone gas concentration determination threshold to 0.636 ppm was demonstrated by realizing a method in which the new sensor for acetone gas concentration determination was used.