Surface plasmon dispersion and luminescence quenching applied to planar waveguide sensors for the measurement Of chemical concentrations

H.J.M. Kreuwel, Anna M. Verga Scheggi (Editor), Paul Lambeck, J. van Gent, T.J.A. Popma

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    Abstract

    Two novel types of planar waveguide sensors for the chemical domain are introduced. Both are realized by thin film technologies. They consist of multilayered structures coated by a very thin organic overlayer that is able to absorb the species to be measured out of the environment. This absorbtion results in a change in its dielectric function. In the first sensor to be demonstrated this change is measured using a surface plasmon mode as a probe. In the second one the radiationless energy transfer from luminescent centres incorporated in one of the layers to the overlayer serves as a probe.
    Original languageUndefined
    Pages218-224
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 1987
    EventFiber optic sensors II - The Hague, the Netherlands
    Duration: 31 Mar 19873 Apr 1987

    Conference

    ConferenceFiber optic sensors II
    Period31/03/873/04/87
    Other31 March - 3 April 1987

    Keywords

    • IR-97883

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