Electronic Noses: Principles and Applications by Julian W. GardnerElectronic Noses: Principles and Applications by Julian W. Gardner

Electronic Noses: Principles and Applications

byJulian W. Gardner, Philip N. Bartlett

Hardcover | January 1, 1999

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This book aims to discuss the basic principles of an electronic nose, and to provide an account of recent developments in this field, with practical examples of its application. It seeks to review the field together with the many new developments that have occurred since the first meeting washeld on electronic noses in Iceland in 1991. It will be essential reading for anyone who is working, researching or simply interested in electronic noses or machine olfaction. A comprehensive appendix is provided at the end of the book.
Julian W. Gardner is at University of Warwick. Philip N. Bartlett is at University of Southampton.
Title:Electronic Noses: Principles and ApplicationsFormat:HardcoverPublished:January 1, 1999Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198559550

ISBN - 13:9780198559559


Table of Contents

PrefaceList of AbbreviationsList of Symbols1. Introduction2. Properties of Odorous Molecules3. Biological Olfaction4. Instrumental and Sensory Analysis5. Chemical Sensors6. Signal Processing in Electronic Nose Instrumentation7. Data Processing Techniques8. Electronic Nose Instrumentation9. Applications and Case StudiesSubject Index

Editorial Reviews

"The declared aim of the authors was to provide a comprehensive discussion of the field of artificial olfactoin, together with a basic treatment of the different areas of the udnerlying science and technology. This Gardner and Bartlett have done with scholarship and distinction; allpractitioners will benefit from a detailed study of the contents of this timely and welcome text." Chemistry in Britain, November 1999