Molybdenum Dichalcogenides for Environmental Chemical Sensing
Abstract2D transition metal dichalcogenides are attracting a strong interest following the popularity of graphene and other carbon-based materials. In the field of chemical sensors, they offer some interesting features that could potentially overcome the limitation of graphene and metal oxides, such as the possibility of operating at room temperature. Molybdenum-based dichalcogenides in particular are among the most studied materials, thanks to their facile preparation techniques and promising performances. The present review summarizes the advances in the exploitation of these MoX2 materials as chemical sensors for the detection of typical environmental pollutants, such as NO2, NH3, CO and volatile organic compounds. View Full-Text
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Zappa, D. Molybdenum Dichalcogenides for Environmental Chemical Sensing. Materials 2017, 10, 1418.
Zappa D. Molybdenum Dichalcogenides for Environmental Chemical Sensing. Materials. 2017; 10(12):1418.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zappa, Dario. 2017. "Molybdenum Dichalcogenides for Environmental Chemical Sensing." Materials 10, no. 12: 1418.
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