Chemical Sensors for Hostile Environments

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Girish M. Kale, S. A. Akbar, M. Liu
John Wiley & Sons, Mar 28, 2012 - Technology & Engineering - 116 pages
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This volume presents information on the unique topic of chemical sensors. It focuses on the materials, manufacturing, theory and application of sensors. It is a resource that researchers, students, and those involved in the the design and manufacturing of ceramics will find of critical importance.

Proceedings of the symposium held at the 103rd Annual Meeting of The American Ceramic Society, April 22-25, 2001, in Indiana; Ceramic Transactions, Volume 130.

 

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Contents

SolidState Electrochemical Sensors for Automotive Applications
1
ZirconiaBased Potentiometric NOx Sensor Utilizing Pt and Au Electrodes
11
Packaging Planar Exhaust Sensors for Hostile Exhaust Environments
19
Importance of Gas Diffusion in Semiconductor Gas Sensors
27
Durability of ThickFilm Ceramic Gas Sensors
37
Preparation and Characterization of IndiumDoped Calcium Zirconate for the Electrolyte in Hydrogen Sensors for Use in Molten Aluminum
47
Antimony Sensors for Molten Lead Using KβAl2O3 Solid Electrolytes
57
Preparation and Characterization of Iron OxideZirconia Nanopowder for Its Use as an Ethanol Sensor Material
67
Synthesis and Characterization of 23 Spinels as Material for Methane Sensors
79
Ammonia and Alcohol Gas Sensors Using Tungsten Oxide
91
LowTemperature Gas Sensing Using Laser Activation
97
Synthesis of Gallium Oxide Hydroxide Crystals in Aqueous Solutions with or without Urea and Their Calcination Behavior
105
Index
115
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