Paper Title:
Volatile Organic Gas Recognition Using Conducting Polymer Sensor Array
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Hyung Sun Kim, Sang-Yeup Park and Soo Wohn Lee
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344-351
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.439.344
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K. M. Lee, J. B. Yu, H.-K. Jun, J. O. Lim, D.-D. Lee, H. G. Byun, J. S. Huh, "Volatile Organic Gas Recognition Using Conducting Polymer Sensor Array", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 439, pp. 344-351, 2003
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