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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||A Portable Fiber-optic Chemical Device For The Quantitative Determination Of Carbon Monoxide From Automobile Exhaust Emissions.|
|Author:||Matias, F A|
|Abstract:||A colorimetric method for the quantitative determination of CO by diffuse reflectance is described. This method is based on the reduction by CO of Mo (VI) from the indicator reagent molybdosilicic acid (H8Si[Mo2O7]6). The reduction yielded a change of color from clear yellow to dark green on white disk filter chart paper wetted with reagent indicator solution. The gaseous mixture containing CO was forced to pass through this chart paper, initiating the reaction. The intensity of the color produced, measured by diffuse reflectance, was proportional to the CO concentration present in exhaust gases in the range from 0.02 to 12% volume/volume (v/v). A 650-nm light-emitting diode was used as a light source. A two-fiber-optic system carried the light from the source to the detection system, which was composed of a photodiode, an amplification circuit, and a digital display. The method was applied with success in field measurements for automobiles in the Otto cycle. In a previous paper, this method was used for the quantitative determination of exhaust emissions from diesel-fueled vehicles.|
Fiber Optic Technology
|Citation:||Journal Of The Air & Waste Management Association (1995). v. 51, n. 7, p. 962-5, 2001-Jul.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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