An ammonia sensor based on Lossy Mode Resonances on a tapered optical fibre coated with porphyrin-incorporated titanium dioxide

Data presented in: An ammonia sensor based on Lossy Mode Resonances on a tapered optical fibre coated with porphyrin-incorporated titanium dioxide,  Tiwari et al Sensors and Actuators B 2016 - 
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.snb.2016.11.092

Figure3.xlsx - The transmission spectrum obtained in air and water from a typical 40 µm non-adiabatic (a), a 17 µm non-adiabatic (b),  a 40 µm adiabatic (c) and a 17 µm adiabatic (d) tapered optical fibre.

Figure 4.zip -  transmission spectra of a non-adiabatic tapered optical fibre of waist diameter 17 microns with time and thus increasing thickness of the TMPyP-TiO2 coating.

Figure 5_6_7.zip - transmission spectrum of an adiabatic tapered optical fibre of waist diameter 17 microns with time and thus increasing thickness of the TMPyP-TiO2 coating.

Figure 8 and 9.zip transmission spectra when an adiabatic tapered optical fibre of diameter 17 microns was immersed in differing concentrations of ammonia