Field-Effect Transisttors to Detect Chemical Warfare Agents in Aircraft.
Final rept. 31 Jul-30 Sep 79,
SOUTHEASTERN CENTER FOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING EDUCATION INC AUBURN AL
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Assessed here is the feasibility of utilizing four types of chemically sensitive field-effect transistors CHEMFETs as possible candidates for aircraft chemical warfare agent detectors. Analyzed is the integration of chemically sensitive polymers with the field-effect transistor structure. Attention is focused on the design criteria of sensitivity, time response, reversibility, shelf life, operational life, and compactness. Pertinent bibliographic references are included. Author
- Chemical, Biological and Radiological Warfare
- Solid State Physics