Scientific Results

Metal oxide nanowires for biochemical gas sensing

Year: 2007

Authors: Faglia G., Baratto C., Bianchi S., Comini E., Ferroni M., Ponzoni A., Todros S., Vomiero A., Sberveglieri G.

Autors Affiliation: INFM-CNR SENSOR, Brescia University, Brescia, Italy

Abstract: Interest in nanowires of semiconducting oxides is exponentially grown in the last years, due to their attracting potential applications in electronic, optical and sensor field. We have focused our attention on the sensing properties of metal oxide nanowires as conductometric and optical gas sensors and conductometric DNA sensor. Single crystal nanostructures were synthesized with the aim of exploring and studying their capabilities as nanosized sensors in form of multi nanowires sensors. ©2007 IEEE.

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KeyWords: Electric wire; Electronics industry; Gas detectors; Gas sensing electrodes; Industrial electronics; Metallic compounds; Metals; Nanostructured materials; Nanostructures; Nanowires; Nucleic acids; Optical sensors; Organic acids; Single crystals; Technical presentations, Conductometric; DNA sensors; Gas sensing; International symposium; Metal oxide nanowires; Nanosized sensors; Optical gas sensors; Optical-; Potential applications; Semiconducting oxides; Sensing properties, Sensors

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