Improving the Performance of Catalytic Combustion Type Methane Gas Sensors Using Nanostructure Elements Doped with Rare Earth Cocatalysts

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Conventional methane gas sensors based on catalytic combustion have the drawbacks of high working temperature, low thermal stability and small measurement range. To improve their performance, cerium, which possesses high oxygen storage and release ability, was introduced via nanotechnology to prepare Ce-contained nanostructure elements. Three kinds of… (More)
DOI: 10.3390/s110100019

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@inproceedings{Wang2011ImprovingTP, title={Improving the Performance of Catalytic Combustion Type Methane Gas Sensors Using Nanostructure Elements Doped with Rare Earth Cocatalysts}, author={Ying Wang and Min-Ming Tong and Dan Zhang and Zhen Gao}, booktitle={Sensors}, year={2011} }