What range of concentrations of NO2 will you be measuring?
Which Arduino model are you using?
The sensor outputs current proportional to the concentration of NO2. Have a look at fig.4 in the datasheet. It shows the voltages for different concentrations of NO2, if you run connect a 33Ω load resistor from the sensor output to GND.
Notice the offset: 0ppb corresponds to 170mV. The 0ppb to 200ppb operating range corresponds to 45mV output range. If you use a load resistor with a larger value, you will get get a larger output range. Unfortunately, the datasheet doesn't say what's the maximum load resistance can be.
Now we get into the Arduino side of things. If you use
analogRead() with the default voltage reference setting, 45mV would corresponds to 9 A/D counts. This is worst/simplest case.
If you're willing to add more hardware, you can amplify the output voltage with a non-inverting OpAmp. With 33Ω load resistor and a gain of 20, your output range would be or 900mV or 183 A/D counts.