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As a severe environmental pollutant, detection and quantitation of nitrogen dioxide NO2 have been studied for centuries. In this review, recent progress of NO2 analysis in the atmosphere will be summarized. Four major types of detection technologies, including traditional chemical detection, optical detection, solid-state field effect transistor detection, and other detection technology are covered. The standard method employed by the US EPA, which is based on luminol, is the most reliable and robust method that is used for fully validated monitoring. In the past two decades, accompanying the fast development of electrical engineering and integrated circuit, micro to nanoscale gas sensors have been gaining more and more attention. Application of novel materials including nano wires and graphene also leads to a new era of research and development of sensors.


Nitrogen Dioxide, Chemical Detection, Optical Detection, Field-Effect Transistor Detection, Luminol

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Wang, J. , Zhang, W. , Cao, R. , You, X. and Lai, H. 2016 Analysis of Nitrogen Dioxide in Environment. Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology, 7, 278-288. doi: 10.4236-abb.2016.76026.

Author: Jun Wang1, Wei Zhang2, Rui Cao3, Xiangyu You1, Hong Lai4*



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