The effect of the periodic boundary conditions of a ZnO-coated nanospring on its surface redox-induced electrical response.

@article{Bakharev2014TheEO,
  title={The effect of the periodic boundary conditions of a ZnO-coated nanospring on its surface redox-induced electrical response.},
  author={Pavel V. Bakharev and David N. McIlroy},
  journal={Nanotechnology},
  year={2014},
  volume={25 47},
  pages={475501}
}
A redox chemical sensor (chemiresistor) was constructed with a single ZnO coated silica nanospring. The chemiresistor response to toluene vapor as a function of the sensor temperature (T(NS)) and vapor temperature (T(V)) was measured and analyzed. The maximum sensitivity of the single ZnO coated nanospring device occurred at the sensor temperature (T(NS)) of 310 °C and at the vapor temperature (T(V)) of 250 °C. The characteristics of the electrical response of a single ZnO coated nanospring… CONTINUE READING

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