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In this paper, a phenomenological study of Layered Double Hydroxide sensing properties respect to common pollutants is presented. Layered Double Hydroxides are a class of nanomaterials characterized by a large surface/volume ratio, able to strongly interact with a wide amount of different chemical compounds. Layered Double Hydroxides materials are also relatively easy to achieve by different synthesis methods on a multiplicity of substrates. Although their characteristics make these materials promising candidates to act as gas sensor, Layered Double Hydroxide gas sensing properties have not still been intensively investigated. To this purpose, a chlorine-intercalated Zn/Al-Layered Double Hydroxide layer is grown by hydrothermal technique on an interdigitated finger array to achieve a resistive gas sensor. The sensing layer has been characterized by Scanning Electron Microscope, X-Ray Diffraction and …
Publication date: 
25 Jan 2017

D Polese, A Mattoccia, F Giorgi, L Pazzini, L Di Giamberardino, G Fortunato, PG Medaglia

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Volume: 692 Pages: 915-922
Journal of Alloys and Compounds