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Download Metal oxide nanostructures as gas sensing devices by G. Eranna PDF

By G. Eranna

''With an emphasis on fuel (vapor) detection options utilizing steel oxide nanomaterials, this ebook provides the entire checklist of nanostructured steel oxides and their syntheses. From aluminum to zinc, it analyzes steel oxides and their reaction to diverse gaseous (vapor) species. It additionally analyzes gaseous species from acetic acid to toluene. various tables spotlight the synthesis, working diversity, responding gases, Read more...

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3. 4. 2 Schematic representation of elementary steps during detection of molecules. Surface and bulk reactions lead to changes of overall dc or ac conductance of the sensing material, which contain contributions from (1) surface, (2) bulk, (3) boundary or contacts, and (4) grain boundaries. Equivalent circuits with different R–C units, each of which corresponds to a characteristic charge-carrier transport and relaxation processes. Usually two ohmic contacts are used in conductance sensors. In Schottky-diode sensors, one contact/oxide interface is a Schottky barrier with nonlinear current–voltage behavior that is sensitively influenced by chemisorbed particles.

In the majority of sensors, the initial output of the sensor is linear or very close to it, but as the gas concentration increases, the output signal gradually reduces and drifts toward the nonlinearity region, resulting poor resolution. After certain concentration, the nonlinearity factor disappears and the signal saturates to a fixed value independent of exposed gaseous concentration. When the gas disappears, the sensor returns to its original condition. In this process, no material consumption takes place and hence provides a long life expectancy in the usage.

In case of silicon-on-insulator structures one can achieve a temperature range between 50°C and 350°C due to the presence of an insulator. Micromachined silicon structures, such as suspended platforms, defined using MEMS bulk and surface micromachining technique, are best suited for high-temperature creation in small localized areas. The air insulation provides the required thermal isolation. This way, one can create a temperature between 50°C and 500°C. Beyond 500°C, it is better to think of hybrid microstructures with external heating facility and keep the sensor away from the remaining sensor electronics.

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