Sensing Mechanism of SnO2 (110) Surface to CO: Density Functional Theory Calculations

@article{Wang2014SensingMO,
  title={Sensing Mechanism of SnO2 (110) Surface to CO: Density Functional Theory Calculations},
  author={X. Wang and H. Qin and Y. Chen and J. Hu},
  journal={Materials Science Forum},
  year={2014},
  volume={898},
  pages={1947-1959}
}
We investigated the CO sensing mechanism of SnO2 (110) surface by density functional theory calculation. The CO sensing mechanism of SnO2 surface strongly depends upon the concentration of oxygen in the ambient atmosphere. For very high oxygen concentration where oxygen species O2– or O– are not adsorbed on the stoichiometric SnO2 (110) surface, there is the direct interaction between CO and the stoichiometric surface through the CO adsorption on Sn site or formation of CO2, accompanying the… Expand
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