Interaction of water with titania: implications for high-temperature gas sensing.

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High-temperature gas sensors based on semiconducting metal oxides show potential for optimization of combustion processes, resulting in efficient energy use and minimization of emissions. Such metal oxides can function as gas sensors because of the reaction of the sensing gas (e.g., CO) with ionosorbed oxygen species on the oxide surface with the resulting… (More)

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