Coated fiber optics to detect and measure hydrogen levels
Hydrogen is regarded as a key resource for future renewable and sustainable energy systems, but it is also highly explosive in the presence of oxygen, and can be flammable in air. Therefore, developing a system for the timely detection of hydrogen in the environment is a primary concern. One approach uses optical fiber hydrogen sensors, such as evanescent, micromirror, interference, surface plasmon resonance, and fiber Bragg grating sensors.
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