Stable and Fast-Response Capacitive Humidity Sensors Based on a ZnO Nanopowder/PVP-RGO Multilayer
AbstractIn this paper, capacitive-type humidity sensors were prepared by sequentially drop-coating the aqueous suspensions of zinc oxide (ZnO) nanopowders and polyvinyl pyrrolidone–reduced graphene oxide (PVP-RGO) nanocomposites onto interdigitated electrodes. Significant improvements in both sensitivity and linearity were achieved for the ZnO/PVP-RGO sensors compared with the PVP-RGO/ZnO, PVP-RGO, and ZnO counterparts. Moreover, the produced ZnO/PVP-RGO sensors exhibited rather small hysteresis, fast response-recovery time, and long-term stability. Based on morphological and structural analyses, it can be inferred that the excellent humidity sensing properties of the ZnO/PVP-RGO sensors may be attributed to the high surface-to-volume ratio of the multilayer structure and the supporting roles of the PVP-RGO nanocomposites. The results in this work hence provide adequate guidelines for designing high-performance humidity sensors that make use of the multilayer structure of semiconductor oxide materials and PVP-RGO nanocomposites. View Full-Text
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Yang, H.; Ye, Q.; Zeng, R.; Zhang, J.; Yue, L.; Xu, M.; Qiu, Z.-J.; Wu, D. Stable and Fast-Response Capacitive Humidity Sensors Based on a ZnO Nanopowder/PVP-RGO Multilayer. Sensors 2017, 17, 2415.
Yang H, Ye Q, Zeng R, Zhang J, Yue L, Xu M, Qiu Z-J, Wu D. Stable and Fast-Response Capacitive Humidity Sensors Based on a ZnO Nanopowder/PVP-RGO Multilayer. Sensors. 2017; 17(10):2415.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yang, Hui; Ye, Qiangqiang; Zeng, Ruixue; Zhang, Junkai; Yue, Lei; Xu, Ming; Qiu, Zhi-Jun; Wu, Dongping. 2017. "Stable and Fast-Response Capacitive Humidity Sensors Based on a ZnO Nanopowder/PVP-RGO Multilayer." Sensors 17, no. 10: 2415.
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