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Handbook of Humidity Measurement

Methods, Materials and Technologies

Edited by: Ghenadii Korotcenkov

Print publication date:  February  2019
Online publication date:  January  2019

Print ISBN: 9781138300224
eBook ISBN: 9780203731888
Adobe ISBN:

10.1201/b22370
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<P>The second volume of Handbook of Humidity Measurement "<I>Electronic and Electrical Humidity Sensors"</I> is entirely devoted to the consideration of different types of solid-state devices which can be used for humidity measurement. There is given a detailed information, including advantages and disadvantages about the capacitive, resistive, gravimetric, hygrometric, field ionization, microwave, solid-state electrochemical, and thermal conductivity-based humidity sensors, followed by a relevant analysis of the properties of humidity-sensitive materials, used for the development of such devices. Humidity sensors based on thin film and field-effect transistors, heterojunctions, flexible substrates, and integrated humidity sensors are also discussed in this volume. Great attention is also paid to the consideration of conventional devices, which were used for the measurement of humidity for several centuries. It is important to note that many of these methods are widely used so far. </P>

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Introduction to Electronic and Electrical Humidity Sensors Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Gravimetric Method of Humidity Measurement Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Mechanical (Hair) Hygrometer Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Psychrometer Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Chilled-Mirror Hygrometer or Mirror-Based Dew-Point Sensors Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Heated Salt-Solution Method for Humidity Measurement Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Electrolytic or Coulometric Hygrometers Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Humidity Measurement Based on Karl Fischer Titration Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Other Conventional Methods of Humidity Measurement Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Capacitance-Based Humidity Sensors Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Resistive Humidity Sensors Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Gravimetric Humidity Sensors Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Cantilever- and Membrane-Based Humidity Sensors Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Thermal Conductivity-Based Hygrometers Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Field Ionization Humidity Sensors Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Humidity Sensors Based on Thin-Film and Field-Effect Transistors Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Hetero-Junction-Based Humidity Sensors Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Kelvin Probe as a Humidity Sensor Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Solid-State Electrochemical Humidity Sensors Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Microwave-Based Humidity Sensors Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Integrated Humidity Sensors Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Humidity Sensors on Flexible Substrate Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Nontraditional Approaches to Humidity Measurement Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Summary and Outlook Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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