Metal oxide nanoscience and nanotechnology for chemical sensors

Anno: 2013

Autori: Comini E., Baratto C., Concina I., Faglia G., Falasconi M., Ferroni M., Galstyan V., Gobbi E., Ponzoni A., Vomiero A., Zappa D., Sberveglieri V., Sberveglieri G.

Affiliazione autori: SENSOR, University of Brescia and CNR-IDASC, via valotti 9, 25133 Brescia, Italy

Abstract: This paper focuses on the capabilities and development prospects of nanostructured metal oxides (MOX) representing the most versatile and richest class of materials in terms of electronic structure and structural, chemical, and physical properties. MOX nano-materials with controlled composition, surface terminations, and crystalline structures to be used as chemical sensors as a new area in analytical chemistry and instrument engineering are discussed. Their principles of operation, and basic characteristics are outlined and main applications of MOX sensor technology are presented. (C) 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.


Volume: 179      Da Pagina: 3  A: 20

Maggiori informazioni: The work has been supported by the Italian MIUR through the FIRB Project RBAP115AYN \”Oxides at the nanoscale: multifunctionality and applications. This work was partially supported by the European Community\’s 7th Framework Programme, under the grant agreement no. 247768, and the Russian Federation Government, under the State Contract 02.527.11.0008, within the collaborative Europe-Russia S3 project. Funding from the European Community\’s 7th Framework Programme, under the grant agreement no. 295216 is acknowledged.
Parole chiavi: nanowire; metal oxide; chemical sensors; transmission electron-microscopy; sensitized solar-cells
DOI: 10.1016/j.snb.2012.10.027

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