NASA Glenn Research Center presents carbon dioxide sensor development work

While at the 2008 National Nano Engineering Conference (NNEC), Electronics Engineer Jennifer Xu of the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration  (NASA) Glenn Research Center presented development work on resistor-based carbon dioxide (CO2) sensors enabled with cupric oxide (CuO) doped tin ...

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