Vladimir Myslik

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The pulsed laser deposition (PLD) technology can be used for the deposition of both organic and inorganic substances. It needs no solvents and permits precise control of deposition parameters (thickness, chemical composition, ability to prepare multilayer structures in situ in one technological step). The contribution presents the results of PLD in the(More)
The contribution deals with influence of radiation in the near UV region (λ = 396 nm) on detection properties of conductive type gas sensors. The ZnO active layers of the sensors were deposited on Alumina substrates by Pulsed Laser Deposition method. Resulting thickness of active layers was ∼ 450 nm. The dc-sensitivity was evaluated from(More)
The paper deals with measurement of a) electrical parameters (V-I characteristic, C-V characteristic, impedance measurements, dynamics of sensor response, parameter stability); b) interaction of sensor with reducing gases (dc- and ac- sensitivity, selectivity); c) influence of temperature to sensor parameters; d) influence of UV-VIS radiation to dc-,(More)
The Matrix Assisted Pulse Laser Evaporation (MAPLE) is a new progressive technology which has been found as a convenient method for thin organic (polymeric) film preparation. The goal of the work is to use prepared films for gas sensor application. The deposition was carried out by KrF excimer laser (wavelength 248 nm) in a chamber at working pressure of 3(More)
Tin dioxide is the most widely used material for gas sensors utilising change of surface conductivity. The surface of some organic substances also exhibits an ability to enter into reversible chemical reactions with gases. The principle of conductivity change is in the high polarizability of delocalized /spl pi/-electrons in the system of conjugated double(More)
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