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Flexible and stretchable metal oxide gas sensors for ...

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Due to the intrinsically brittle nature of the semiconducting metal oxide, several stretchable structures have been explored. Despite the great strides made to the burgeoning area of flexible and stretchable metal oxide gas sensors, grand challenges still need to be overcome before the technology can be applied for the practical application.

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layers deposited on the crystal surface in the subnanogram level, but it could be also applied for monitoring the adsorption of nano amounts of various toxic gases. Compared with other sensors, the advantages of QCM gas sensors are the high sensitivity, capability of operating at room temperature, simple technological

Smart singlechip gas sensor microsystem | Nature

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Nov 15, 2001· Research activity in chemical gas sensing is currently directed towards the search for highly selective (bio)chemical layer materials, and to …

NO2 gas sensors based on CVD tungsten diselenide …

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The sensor exhibits reliable longterm stability, reproducibility and reversibility. Abstract Twodimensional (2D) transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs) are promising for gas sensors owing to their large surfacetovolume ratios, but the long recovery times stemming from the slow molecular desorption have been an important limitation.

MXenes and Their Applications in Wearable Sensors Frontiers

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The GF of this flexible strain sensor is , , , , and in the strain range of 0–15, 15–35, 35–60, 60–77, and 77–83%, respectively. The maximum sensing range is more than 50% and the sensitivity is higher than 200 in the whole range, which exceeds most of the reported flexible strain sensors.

APPLIED SURFACE SCIENCE ADVANCES Elsevier

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Applied Surface Science Advances is an international and interdisciplinary scholarly open access journal. It publishes special content, either related to research presented at scientific events or invited contributions to thematic special issues. Applied Surface Science Advances is a companion title to the respected Applied Surface Science.

Surface Adsorption of ...

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Jan 08, 2011· The syntheses, modifications and applications of nanomaterials for the sensors and catalysts are integrated to elevate the research energy in gas sensor and catalyst. During the first year, subprojects 1 to 3 will collaborate each other to prepare different nanosize oxides using various processes.

Gas Sensors Based on Conducting Metal Oxides Elsevier

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Ion conduction, applied in socalled solidstate electrolytic sensors for one, and electronic conduction used in semiconductivity gas sensors for the other. The …

Automotive Fundamentals

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Moreover, there is a tendency for the torque applied to the front wheels to adversely affect steering through a phenomenon known as “torque steer.” Nevertheless, the technology of front engine front wheel steering is quite

HighPerformance Gas Sensor Using a LargeArea ... Elsevier

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Owing to their large surfacetovolume ratio, various 2D TMDCs, such as MoS 2, MoSe 2, WS 2, and WSe 2, have exhibited excellent gassensing characteristics. However, exploration toward the enhancement of TMDC gassensing performance has not yet been intensively addressed.

Highspeed gas sensing using localized surface plasmon ...

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High speed gas sensing devices can be applied in a number of areas where a better understanding of gas distribution is needed, such as in environmental monitoring and safetyand securityrelated fields. ... In this paper, we present a localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR) sensor that was realized using sputtered Au and Ag nanoparticles ...

Wen Zeng, PhD Editorial Board Applied Surface Science ...

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Semiconductor, Surface Science, Gas sensor, First principles calculation, Nanomaterial Wen Zeng received his PhD degree in material science and engineering from the Chongqing University, China. He has been a visiting researcher in …

NO2 gas sensors based on CVD tungsten diselenide …

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Nov 01, 2020· Gas sensing measurements. The gas sensing performance of WSe 2 monolayer films were evaluated in terms of the percentage sensing response, response, and recovery time. A pair of planar gold electrodes were deposited on top of the film by sputtering under a shadow mask with 2 mm spacing between electrodes, as shown in Fig. 1(b). The …

Simultaneous measurement of gas concentration and ...

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We have developed a ball surface acoustic wave (SAW) trace moisture sensor with an amorphous silica sensitive film and realized widerange measurement from ppmv [a frost point (FP) of %99 °C] to × 10 3 ppmv (0 °C FP). However, since the sensitivity of the sensor depends on the temperature, measurement results are disturbed when the temperature largely …

CO gas sensors based on ptype CuO nanotubes and CuO ...

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Metal oxide nanomaterials have been widely applied in the highperformance gas sensors. For metal oxide semiconductors, high surfacetovolume ratio and the exposed crystal facets are the two key factors for determining their gas sensing performances. In order to study the effect of surface structur …

Applied Sciences | Free FullText | Gas Sensors Based on ...

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This work presents a comprehensive review on gas sensors based on localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR) phenomenon, including the theory of LSPR, the synthesis of nanoparticleembedded oxide thin films, and strategies to enhance the sensitivity of these optical sensors, supported by simulations of the electromagnetic properties. The LSPR phenomenon is known …

Monolayer PC 3: A promising material for environmentally ...

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Carbon and its analogous nanomaterials are beneficial for toxic gas sensors since they are used to increase the electrochemically active surface region and improve the transmission of electrons. The present article addresses a detailed investigation on the potential of the monolayer PC 3 compound as a possible sensor material for ...

Nanostructured Thin Films in Gas Sensor Devices: An Overview

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Nov 10, 2021· Enhanced performance results from the significantly increased surface area of the device, leading to improved adsorption of gas species on the surface. Besides, the subsequent catalytic activity with the adsorbed gas molecules enhances sensing performance and thus reduces response time compared to the conventional gas sensors.

High sensitivity NH3 gas sensor with electrical readout ...

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May 23, 2019· (a) Current response of the sensor for low NH 3 concentration (2–10 ppm): Data taken with an applied bias of 1 V. (b) Response curve (S) as a function of gas concentration in range of 2 ppm to ...

Function and applications of gas sensors IOPscience

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Sep 18, 2001· Gas sensors directed to highvolume applications are discussed. Mainly semiconductor sensors cover this sector, but the merits of competing devices are shown in comparison. Chemical and physical function is elucidated by spectroscopic results and molecular calculations. Important applications, monitoring of combustibles, especially methane ...

OPEN ACCESS 5HYLHZ §1DQRVWUXFWXUHG0DWHULDOV …

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A sensor is a device which detects a variable quantity, usually electronically, and converts the measurement into specific signals. The most important requirements of sensors are diversity, sensitivity, accuracy of information extracted, selectivity, and Nanosensors are applied for monitoring physical and

Surface and Coatings Technology Impact Factor, Overall ...

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Nov 16, 2021· Surface and Coatings Technology has an hindex of means 172 articles of this journal have more than 172 number of citations. The hindex is a way of measuring the productivity and citation impact of the publications. The hindex is defined as the maximum value of h such that the given journal/author has published h papers that have each been cited at …

Open access journals | Search Elsevier

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Authors who publish under this agreement can: Publish their peerreviewed research open access, at no charge to the author. Publish eligible articles in a wide variety of participating journals across disciplines. Rely on highquality peerreview and experienced editorial support. Read the full requirements for corresponding authors and other ...

Ultrathinfilm hydrogen gas sensor with nanostructurally ...

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/ Ultrathinfilm hydrogen gas sensor with nanostructurally modified surface. In: Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, Part 1: Regular Papers and Short Notes and Review Papers. 2014 ; Vol. 53, No. 7. pp. 76701.

CNTFET gas sensor using a functionalized ionic liquid as ...

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We propose a gas sensor using combination of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) and ionic liquid (IL). In our research, we used IL, 1ethyl3methyl imidazolium tetrafluoroborate ([EMIM][BF 4]) which specially absorbs CO 2 / NH 3, and polymer, polyethyleneimine (PEI) which absorbs CO IL or the mixture of IL and PEI dropped on the CNTFET were applied as a CNTFET ILgate …

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