Detection of O3and NH3using tin dioxide/carbon nanotubes based sensors: Influence of carbon nanotubes properties onto sensor's sensitivity

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This study deals with the development of a hybrid SnO2/SWNTs based gas sensor for the detection of O3and NH3. Experiments concerned the study of the correlation between the physico-chemical properties of carbon nanotubes and the sensor's sensitivity. Four samples of SWNTs were investigated and the results showed a strong dependence between the characteristics of such nanomaterials and the efficiency of the hybrid layers for gas detection.

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Ghadda, B., Berger, F., Sanchez, J. B., & Mavon, C. (2010). Detection of O3and NH3using tin dioxide/carbon nanotubes based sensors: Influence of carbon nanotubes properties onto sensor’s sensitivity. In Procedia Engineering (Vol. 5, pp. 115–118). Elsevier Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proeng.2010.09.061

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