A Feasibility Study on the use of Chrysoidine G for the in situ Detection of Common Fission Products in the Nuclear Industry

Thomas Johnson, Clint Sharrad, Simon Watson, Thomas Carey

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Abstract

This paper details an investigation in to colorimetric sensors based on the azo dye, Chrysoidine G, to determine whether it is a suitable candidate to be used on an inspection robot.

Colorimetric chemical sensors are thought to offer advantages over alternative sensing technologies including ease of use, minimal sample preparation and low energy requirements. Despite these advantages, it is still important to ascertain sensor performance across a range of chemical conditions. This paper details preliminary investigations of Chrysoidine-based sensors’ performance in the presence of a range of different interferents and in a wide range of chemical conditions.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWaste Management Symposium 2023
Publication statusPublished - 1 Mar 2023

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