2.1.1 Examination of Conducting Metal Oxides for Low Temperature Gas Sensing Applications
- 14th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors - IMCS 2012
2012-05-20 - 2012-05-23
- 2.1 High Temperature Gas Sensors II
- P. Dutta, A. Adeyemo - The Ohio State University (USA)
- 152 - 155
The subject matter of this presentation involves a class of resistive based electrochemical gas sensors that includes ruthenium and vandium oxides. In illustrating the potential of this class of metal oxide gas sensors, carbon monoxide and nitric oxide are used as examples. The fabrication of the devices, their synthesis, performance and sensing mechanisms are the focus of this study. For these ambient temperature devices, electrochemical measurements are rapidly and readily made by simple electronics, and integration into mobile electronic devices can lead to mHealth and mEnvironmental applications.