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- Inorganic nanomaterials
- Molecular materials for gas sensors and sensor arrays
- Carbon nanomaterials
- Hybrid and 2D nanomaterials
- Fabrication techniques for coupling advanced nanomaterials to transducers
- CMOS-based resistive and FET devices for smart gas sensors
- Optical devices
- Resonant microcantilever devices for gas sensing
- Advanced operating methods
- Indoor air quality monitoring
- Low-cost sensors for outdoor air quality monitoring
- Monitoring perishable food
- Point of care breath analysis systems
- Concluding remarks and outlook
Advanced Nanomaterials for Inexpensive Gas Microsensors: Synthesis, Integration and Applications presents full coverage in the area of gas sensing nanomaterials, from materials, transducers and applications, to the latest results and future direction. Experts present work on metal oxides, carbon-based and hybrid materials, fabrication and application. The book brings together three major themes, including synthesis, functionalization and the characterization of advanced nanomaterials, all emphasizing synthesis techniques that ease the integration of nanomaterials in transducers. Chapters encompass a wide spectrum of sensing technologies, including advanced nanomaterials (metal oxides, carbon materials and graphene) and organic molecular materials and atomic layers (MoS2).
The book's authors examine the coupling of sensitive nanomaterials to different types of transducer elements and their applications, including direct growth and additive fabrication techniques as a way to obtain inexpensive gas microsensors, principal transduction schemes, and advanced operating methods.
- Presents technological solutions and applications of gas sensors in varied areas of chemistry, physics, material science and engineering
- Examines advanced operating methods (e.g., temperature modulation, self-heating, light-activated response, noise methods) to enhance stability, sensitivity, selectivity and reduce power consumption
- Provides a critical review of current applications and their expected future evolution, demonstrating the most promising approaches and future expectations in the development of inexpensive gas micro- and nanosensors
Graduate students, research scientists, academics, and R&D managers working on synthesis of nanomaterials and fabrication of sensing systems, in a wide range of areas in electrical and material engineering, physical chemistry, electrochemistry and physics
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- © Elsevier 2020
- 1st November 2019
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Eduard Llobet is Full Professor at the Department of Electronic Engineering of the University of Tarragon, Spain. From 2010 to 2014 he was Director of the Research Centre on Engineering of Materials and micro/nano Systems. He has co-authored 160 papers in peer-reviewed journals, 8 book chapters and 5 patents. He belongs to the IEEE, RSC, ISOCS and the American Nano Society. In 2012 he received the RQR Award and in 2013 the ICREA Academia Award, both for quality in research. His research focuses on the fabrication of sensor arrays employing low-dimensional metal oxides and carbon nanomaterials.
Department of Electronic Engineering, University of Tarragon, Spain