Hydrogen sensor based on optical and electrical switching

@inproceedings{Fedtke2004HydrogenSB,
  title={Hydrogen sensor based on optical and electrical switching},
  author={Petra Fedtke and Marion Wienecke and Mihaela-C. Bunescu and Marlis Pietrzak and Klaus Deistung and Erika Borchardt},
  year={2004}
}
Abstract We report about a hydrogen sensor using electrical and optical switching properties of Pd-based thin films. Palladium is well known for its ability to absorb high amounts of hydrogen due to palladium hydride formation. Series of different thickness Pd films (10–70 nm) were deposited on glass substrates by dc plasma sputtering. A CaF 2 buffer layer was deposited between the glass support and the Pd-film in order to reduce the internal stresses and improve the mechanical stability of the… CONTINUE READING

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