Selectivity of Catalytically Modified Tin Dioxide to CO and NH3 Gas Mixtures
AbstractThis paper is aimed at selectivity investigation of gas sensors, based on chemically modified nanocrystalline tin dioxide in the detection of CO and ammonia mixtures in air. Sol-gel prepared tin dioxide was modified by palladium and ruthenium oxides clusters via an impregnation technique. Sensing behavior to CO, NH3 and their mixtures in air was studied by in situ resistance measurements. Using the appropriate match of operating temperatures, it was shown that the reducing gases mixed in a ppm-level with air could be discriminated by the noble metal oxide-modified SnO2. Introducing palladium oxide provided high CO-sensitivity at 25–50 °C. Tin dioxide modified by ruthenium oxide demonstrated increased sensor signals to ammonia at 150–200 °C, and selectivity to NH3 in presence of higher CO concentrations. View Full-Text
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Marikutsa, A.; Rumyantseva, M.; Gaskov, A. Selectivity of Catalytically Modified Tin Dioxide to CO and NH3 Gas Mixtures. Chemosensors 2015, 3, 241-252.
Marikutsa A, Rumyantseva M, Gaskov A. Selectivity of Catalytically Modified Tin Dioxide to CO and NH3 Gas Mixtures. Chemosensors. 2015; 3(4):241-252.Chicago/Turabian Style
Marikutsa, Artem; Rumyantseva, Marina; Gaskov, Alexander. 2015. "Selectivity of Catalytically Modified Tin Dioxide to CO and NH3 Gas Mixtures." Chemosensors 3, no. 4: 241-252.