Encoding High Specificity and Multiplexing in Nanoporous Gas Sensors
Eric Meshot | 21-ERD-024
This research will yield a fast, sensitive gas sensor based on carbon nanotubes containing ionic liquids specific to the target gases for detection. These versatile gas sensors will provide much-needed rapid measurement capability for such applications as chemical threat detection, forensics, energy and carbon capture, medicine, and other industrial uses.
Publications, Presentations, and Patents
Meshot, Eric R. “High-yield growth of aligned carbon nanotubes for applied energy science.” IEEE San Francisco Bay Area Nanotechnology Council seminar. Santa Clara, California. July 20, 2021.