Paper Title:
The Gas Sensitvity Character of WO3 Nanosized Material
  Abstract

By thermal decomposition, WO3 nanosized material was prepared as sensitive material and doped SiO2 nanosized material has been prepared using Sol-Gel process. NO2 gas-sensing elements have been manufactured with prepared material. The element is sensitive to NO2 with fairly good selectivity. Micro-structure of the material was analyzed by SEM, and the sensing mechanism was discussed.

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S. J. CHUA, J. H. TENG, O. WADA, R. DE LA RUE and X. H. TANG
Pages
126-128
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.31.126
Citation
S. Z. Huang, W. Lin, W. Z. Chen, "The Gas Sensitvity Character of WO3 Nanosized Material", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 31, pp. 126-128, 2008
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November 2007
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