Tuning of the Humidity-Interference in Gas Sensitive Columnar ZnO Structures†
AbstractGas microsensors based on columnar zinc oxide structures (rods and needles) with different aspect ratios and wetting properties are developed via aerosol-assisted chemical vapor deposition. The correlation between their wetting properties and degree of humidity-interference in gas sensing is presented. Gas sensing tests of these systems to hydrogen demonstrate noticeable lower humidity-interference for the columnar zinc oxide structures in the form of needles provided of higher hydrophobicity, as opposed to those in the form of rods, suggesting that a tuning of the wetting properties in metal oxides could allow for the humidity-resilient detection of gaseous analytes.
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Vallejos, S.; Gràcia, I.; Pizúrová, N.; Figueras, E.; Hubálek, J.; Cané, C. Tuning of the Humidity-Interference in Gas Sensitive Columnar ZnO Structures. Proceedings 2017, 1, 417.
Vallejos S, Gràcia I, Pizúrová N, Figueras E, Hubálek J, Cané C. Tuning of the Humidity-Interference in Gas Sensitive Columnar ZnO Structures. Proceedings. 2017; 1(4):417.Chicago/Turabian Style
Vallejos, Stella; Gràcia, Isabel; Pizúrová, Nadezda; Figueras, Eduard; Hubálek, Jaromir; Cané, Carles. 2017. "Tuning of the Humidity-Interference in Gas Sensitive Columnar ZnO Structures." Proceedings 1, no. 4: 417.
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