The PASPORT Ethanol Sensor measures the concentration of gaseous ethanol up to 3%. In biology and environmental science labs, students can learn about anaerobic respiration by measuring the production of ethanol by bacterial or yeast fermentation. Physics and chemistry students can begin to explore combustion and thermodynamics. Connect your students to the study of respiration and alternative energy sources with the PASPORT Ethanol Sensor.
Note: This is a gas sensor – it should not be submerged into liquids. If exposed to gases with ethanol concentrations above the recommended maximum of 3% the sensor element will be depleted.