Nitrous oxide is an example of a frequently used anesthetic gas, used particularly in Dentistry for sedation, that exceeds recommended standards for room concentrations during therapy, endangering patients and caregivers. This project seeks to utilize the fundamental electoactivity principles of contact potential measurement to develop an online detector for these gasses.
Disciplines: Biomaterials, Oral Diagnostic Sciences
Student Skill-Set Needed: Biomedical Engineering training + laboratory experience
Compensation: Academic Credit
For further information on this opportunity, or to apply, contact:
Faculty Member: Robert E. Baier
Department: Biomedical Engineering
Office: 3435 Main Street