Organic Semiconductor Vapor Sensing Method.
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY WASHINGTON DC
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This invention relates to method and apparaturs to automatically compensate for temperature variation in a vapor detection system. In one embodiment, two identical organic semiconductor film sensors in close thermal contact with each other are used in the feedback circuit of an inverting amplifier simplied by constant voltage. One of the sensorsis isolated from vapor exposure to act as a reference for the other sensor which is used for vapor sampling. The output of the presence and relative concentration of vapor exposure. Variation in sample sensor resistance due to a change in temperature is accompanied by the same corresponding change in the reference sensor, which stabilizes the ratio of the feedback circuit resistances and therefore the gain of the inverting amplifier to exactly compensate for the temperature induced resistance variations automatically.
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