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Indoor Gas Sensors Proliferate With Better Standards


The gas sensor market is rapidly expanding, driven by increased concerns about indoor air quality and better technology for detecting and measuring it. Indoor air quality sensing targets gases and concentrations that differ — with some overlap — from outside. But until the pandemic, which largely coincided with a flood of new research about what is toxic to people and animals, this has b... » read more

Meeting Stringent CO2 Building Code Requirements


As today’s world is struggling to come to grips with a worldwide pandemic and the rapid spread of viruses, accurate and reliable indoor air quality monitoring has become a crucial part of existing and newly updated building codes. This white paper discusses carbon dioxide (CO2) monitoring requirements as covered by California’s Title 24 standard (one of the strictest building code standards... » read more

More Than Just Carbon Dioxide


As discussed in Part Two of this series, lifecycle analyses of greenhouse gas emissions consider both direct and indirect sources. Indirect CO2 emissions, attributed to electricity and other forms of energy purchased by the fab, are the semiconductor industry’s single largest environmental impact. Of those emissions, a large fraction are attributable to plasma-based etch and deposition steps,... » read more