eBook Handbook of Gas Sensor Materials, 1st Edition

  • Volume 2
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  • ISBN-10: 1461473888
  • ISBN-13: 9781461473886
  • DDC: 681.754
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 454 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2014 | Published/Released June 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2014
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Overview

The two volumes of Handbook of Gas Sensor Materials provide a detailed and comprehensive account of materials for gas sensors, including the properties and relative advantages of various materials. Since these sensors can be applied for the automation of myriad industrial processes, as well as for everyday monitoring of such activities as public safety, engine performance, medical therapeutics, and in many other situations, this handbook is of great value. Gas sensor designers will find a treasure trove of material in these two books.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Integrated Analytical Systems.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Preface.
Series Preface.
Acknowledgments.
Contents.
Contents of Volume I.
1: Nanostructured Gas Sensing Materials.
2: Carbon-based Nanostructures.
3: Nanofibers.
4: Metal Oxide-based Nanostructures.
5: Metal-based Nanostructures.
6: Semiconductor Nanostructures.
7: Other Trends in Design of Gas Sensor Materials.
8: Photonic Crystals.
9: Ionic Liquids in Gas Sensors.
10: Silicate-based Mesoporous Materials.
11: Cavitands.
12: Metallo-complexes.
13: Metal–organic Frameworks.
14: Nanocomposites.
15: Nanocomposites in Gas Sensors: Promising Approach to Gas Sensor Optimization.
16: Polymer-based Composites.
17: Metal Oxide-based Nanocomposites for Conductometric Gas Sensors.
18: Composites for Optical Sensors.
19: Nanocomposites in Electrochemical Sensors.
20: Disadvantages of Nanocomposites for Application in Gas Sensors.
21: Stability of Gas Sensing Materials and Related Processes.
22: The Role of Temporal and Thermal Stability in Sensing Material Selection.
23: Factors Controlling Stability of Polymers Acceptable for Gas Sensor Application.
24: Instability of Metal Oxide Parameters and Approaches to Their Stabilization.
25: Instability of 1d Nanostructures.
26: Temporal Stability of Porous Silicon.
27: Structure and Surface Modification of Gas Sensing Materials.
28: Bulk Doping of Metal Oxides.
29: Bulk and Structure Modification of Polymers.
30: Surface Functionalizing of Carbon-based Gas-sensing Materials.
31: Structure and Surface Modification of Porous Silicon.
32: Technology and Sensing Material Selection.
33: Technological Limitations in Sensing Material Applications.
34: Technologies Suitable for Gas Sensor Fabrication.
35: Outlook: Sensing Material Selection Guide.
About the Author.
Index.