Mesoporous materials as gas sensors

T. Wagner, S. Haffer, C. Weinberger, D. Klaus, M. Tiemann, Chem. Soc. Rev. (2013) 4036–4053.

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Wagner, Thorsten; Haffer, Stefanie; Weinberger, ChristianLibreCat; Klaus, Dominik; Tiemann, MichaelLibreCat
Ordered mesoporous materials have great potential in the field of gas sensing. Today various template-assisted synthesis methods facilitate the preparation of silica (SiO2) as well as numerous metal oxides with well-defined, uniform and regular pore systems. The unique nanostructural properties of such materials are particularly useful for their application as active layers in gas sensors based on various operating principles, such as capacitive, resistive, or optical sensing. This review summarizes the basic aspects of materials synthesis, discusses some structural properties relevant in gas sensing, and gives an overview of the literature on ordered mesoporous gas sensors.
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Wagner T, Haffer S, Weinberger C, Klaus D, Tiemann M. Mesoporous materials as gas sensors. Chem Soc Rev. Published online 2013:4036-4053. doi:10.1039/c2cs35379b
Wagner, T., Haffer, S., Weinberger, C., Klaus, D., & Tiemann, M. (2013). Mesoporous materials as gas sensors. Chem. Soc. Rev., 4036–4053.
@article{Wagner_Haffer_Weinberger_Klaus_Tiemann_2013, title={Mesoporous materials as gas sensors}, DOI={10.1039/c2cs35379b}, journal={Chem. Soc. Rev.}, author={Wagner, Thorsten and Haffer, Stefanie and Weinberger, Christian and Klaus, Dominik and Tiemann, Michael}, year={2013}, pages={4036–4053} }
Wagner, Thorsten, Stefanie Haffer, Christian Weinberger, Dominik Klaus, and Michael Tiemann. “Mesoporous Materials as Gas Sensors.” Chem. Soc. Rev., 2013, 4036–53.
T. Wagner, S. Haffer, C. Weinberger, D. Klaus, and M. Tiemann, “Mesoporous materials as gas sensors,” Chem. Soc. Rev., pp. 4036–4053, 2013, doi: 10.1039/c2cs35379b.
Wagner, Thorsten, et al. “Mesoporous Materials as Gas Sensors.” Chem. Soc. Rev., 2013, pp. 4036–53, doi:10.1039/c2cs35379b.


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