1545-827X 978-1-4673-5672-5; 978-1-4673-5670-1
Detection of hydrogen gas is important for safety reasons. To obtain improved hydrogen sensing performances for miniaturized sensors, copper doping in zinc oxide micro- and nanostructures were investigated. Samples were grown by hydrothermal technique at relatively low temperature and studied by X-ray diffraction, micro- Raman, SEM and sensorial techniques. It is found evidence on the improvement of the sensorial properties due to copper-doping in zinc oxide rods-like structures.
Times Cited: 0 Cas 36th International Semiconductor Conference (CAS) Oct 14-16, 2013 Natl Inst Res & Dev Microtechnologies, Sinaia, ROMANIA Romanian Acad; IEEE, Electron Devices Soc; Minist Natl Educ; IEEE, Romania Sect; IEEE, Electron Devices Chapter; Electrochem Soc Inc; Ev Grp Europe & Asia Pacific GmbH; Raith GmbH; Carl Zeiss Instruments S R L; S C New Style Trans Prest S R L; Electrochem Soc Inc, European Local Sect 0