IIT Jodhpur initiates Hydrogen Sensor with 74% of high sensitivity - IIT Club
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IIT Jodhpur initiates Hydrogen Sensor with 74% of high sensitivityJodhpur, Hyderabad | India
A sensor that can identify hydrogen gas notwithstanding when present at very low centralization of 1 section for every million (ppm) has been created by specialists at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Jodhpur with IIT Hyderabad as a team. The sensor has 30% affectability to recognize hydrogen at 1 ppm fixation and as high as 74% affectability when the convergence of the gas is 100 ppm. It takes around 25 seconds to recognize hydrogen.
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