Sensing properties of solid electrolyte SO2 sensor using metal-sulfide electrode

@article{Souda2003SensingPO,
  title={Sensing properties of solid electrolyte SO2 sensor using metal-sulfide electrode},
  author={N. Souda and Y. Shimizu},
  journal={Journal of Materials Science},
  year={2003},
  volume={38},
  pages={4301-4305}
}
  • N. Souda, Y. Shimizu
  • Published 2003
  • Materials Science
  • Journal of Materials Science
  • Solid-state electrochemical sensor devices combined with a sodium ion conductor (Na5DySi4O12) disc and metal-sulfide sensing electrodes synthesized via solution routes have been investigated for the detection of SO2 in the range 20–200 ppm at 150–400°C. Among the various sulfide sensing electrodes tested, the metal-mono sulfide-based electrodes (NiS, CdS, SnS and PbS) gave good SO2 sensitivity at 300–400°C. The CdS-based solid electrolyte sensor element showed the best sensing characteristics… CONTINUE READING
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