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Beydilli, Esad (author)
Metal oxide nanoparticle gas sensors showpromise due to their high sensitivity towards a wide range of gases, low costs, and low complexity. Particle sizes at nanometers offer a high surface-to-volume ratio which provides more areas on the surface where reactions can occur. This work presents the application of spark ablated nanoparticles on...
master thesis 2022
Schiattarella, Chiara (author), Vollebregt, S. (author), Polichetti, Tiziana (author), Alfano, Brigida (author), Massera, Ettore (author), Miglietta, Maria L. (author), Di Francia, Girolamo (author), Sarro, Pasqualina M (author)
The sp<sup>2</sup> carbon-based allotropes have been extensively exploited for the realization of gas sensors in the recent years because of their high conductivity and large specific surface area. A study on graphene that was synthetized by means of a novel transfer-free fabrication approach and is employed as sensing material is herein...
journal article 2017