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Ceramic Transactions, #130: Chemical Sensors CT Vol 130by Kale
Synopses & Reviews
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.
Table of Contents
Solid-State Electrochemical Sensors for Automotive Applications (R. Mukundan, E.L. Brosha and F.H. Garzon).
Zirconia-Based Potentiometric NOx Sensor Utilizing Pt and Au Electrodes (D.J. Kubinski, J.H. Visser, R.E. Soltis, M.H. Parsons, K.E. Nietering and S.G. Ejakov).
Packaging Planar Exhaust Sensors for Hostile Exhaust Environments (C.S. Nelson).
Importance of Gas Diffusion in Semiconductor Gas Sensors (N. Yamazoe, G. Sakai and N. Matsunaga).
Durability of Thick-Film Ceramic Gas Sensors (A. Merhaba, S. Akbar, B. Feng, G. Newaz, L. Riester and P. Blau).
Preparation and Characterization of Indium-Doped Calcium Zirconate for the Electrolyte in Hydrogen Sensors for Use in Molten Aluminum (A.H. Setiawan and J.W. Fergus).
Antimony Sensors for Molten Lead Using K-β-Al2O3 Solid Electrolytes (R. Kurchania and G.M. Kale).
Preparation and Characterization of Iron Oxide-Zirconia Nanopowder for Its Use as an Ethanol Sensor Material (C.V.G. Reddy, S.A. Akbar, W. Cao, O.K. Tan and W. Zhu).
Synthesis and Characterization of 2-3 Spinels as Material for Methane Sensors (S. Poomiapiradee, R.M.D. Brydson and G.M. Kale).
Ammonia and Alcohol Gas Sensors Using Tungsten Oxide (M. Sriyudthsak, S. Udomratananon and S. Supothina).
Low-Temperature Gas Sensing Using Laser Activation (M. Sriyudthsak and V. Rungsaiwatana).
Synthesis of Gallium Oxide Hydroxide Crystals in Aqueous Solutions with or without Urea and Their Calcination Behavior (A.C. Tas, P.J. Majewski and F. Aldinger).
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