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Synthesis of ZrO2 nanostructure for gas sensing application

Author:
Hemalatha, E.  Gopalakrishnan, N.  


Journal:
BULLETIN OF MATERIALS SCIENCE


Issue Date:
2020


Abstract(summary):

ZrO2 nanopowder has been synthesized by the conventional precipitation method for gas-sensing application. The synthesized powder was dropcast and subsequently annealed at 100 degrees C. The drop-casted film has been subjected to X-ray diffraction analysis, scanning electron microscopy, ultraviolet-visible diffuse reflectance spectroscopy, photoluminescence study and I-V measurement in order to observe its structural, morphological, optical and electrical properties. The gas sensing measurement has been performed for the thus prepared ZrO2 film by an exposure to different reducing gases (ammonia, ethanol, formaldehyde, acetone and xylene) at different temperatures for various gas concentrations. It has been observed that the film shows a better response towards ammonia (about 18%) compared to all other gases due to faster diffusion. Also, a quick response and recovery time have been found as 70 and 70 s, respectively, for ammonia.


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