Alcohols and Electrochemical Sensors

For any gas to be detectable by an electrochemical sensor, it must first be “electroactive.” As defined by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) Analytical Chemistry Division Commission on Electroanalytical Chemistry, an electroactive substance is… In voltammetry and related techniques, a substance that undergoes a change of oxidation state, or the breaking…

A rebuttal to the ChemDAQ vs. Interscan table from ChemDAQ’s website

ChemDAQ, a manufacturer of sterilant gas monitoring systems, has posted a pdf of a comparison matrix on its website, pitting their systems against ours. Fair enough. We felt it only proper to reproduce their table, adding a fourth column with our comments. Since the tabular format is not ideally suited to detailed remarks, a few…