Photochemical sensing of NO(2) with SnO(2) nanoribbon nanosensors at room temperature.

  title={Photochemical sensing of NO(2) with SnO(2) nanoribbon nanosensors at room temperature.},
  author={Matt Law and Hannes Kind and Benjamin Messer and Franklin Kim and Peidong Yang},
  journal={Angewandte Chemie},
  volume={41 13},
A major area of application for nanowires and nanotubes is likely to be the sensing of important molecules, either for medical or environmental health purposes. The ultrahigh surface-to-volume ratios of these structures make their electrical properties extremely sensitive to surface-adsorbed species, as recent work has shown with carbon nanotubes,[1, 2] functionalized silicon nanowires and metal nanowires.[3, 4] Chemical nanosensors are interesting because of their potential for detecting very… CONTINUE READING
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