Special Issue "Novel 2D-Inorganic Materials for Gas Sensing"
A special issue of Chemosensors (ISSN 2227-9040).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2017)
Prof. Dr. Giovanni Neri
Department of Engineering, University of Messina, 98166 Messina, Italy
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Interests: synthesis of novel sensing materials; nanostructured materials for chemical and electrochemical sensing; metal oxide semiconductor-based gas sensors; biosensors; fabrication of chemical sensors; environmental sensors; automotive gas sensors; biomedical sensors
Dr. Salvatore Gianluca Leonardi
Department of Engineering, University of Messina, Contrada Di Dio, 98166 Messina, Italy
Interests: nanomaterials; modified electrodes; conductometric gas sensors; electrochemical sensors and biosensors; sensor for environmental and biomedical applications
Solid state gas sensors have attracted intensive research interest in the past few years, and have been used for a wide range of applications. Nowadays, modern technology is demanding more efficient gas sensors for advanced applications. Consequently, there is a considerable effort towards the goal of high performance gas sensors based on novel sensing materials. The unique properties (e.g., ultra-thin structure, large surface area and tunable energy band diagrams) of novel two-dimensional (2D) inorganic materials (ZnO, MoS2, SnS2, WS2, etc.) have, so far, led to immense research regarding this material’s fundamentals, applications, and, more recently, its potential for gas sensing.
This Special Issue is therefore intended to encourage researchers worldwide to report their results in research and development on the most recent advances and overview in 2D inorganic nanomaterials for applications in solid state gas sensors along with their relevant features and technological aspects. Original research papers are welcome (but not limited) on all aspects that focus their attention on (2D) inorganic materials as sensing materials: (i) novel preparation methods; (ii) sensing principles, mechanisms and technologies; (iii) gas sensor applications.
Prof. Giovanni Neri
Dr. Salvatore Gianluca Leonardi
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- Two-dimensional (2D) inorganic materials
- Ultrathin layered nanomaterials
- Transition metal dichalcogenides
- Gas sensing principles and technologies
- Functionalized and hybrid nanomaterials based on 2D nanomaterials
- Gas sensor applications