Nickel Oxide Nanomaterials: Growth, Characterization and Formaldehyde Gas Sensing Applications
Different low dimensional NiO were successfully synthesized by a facile hydrothermal method and subsequent calcination and then fabricated as gas sensors to investigate their gas sensing properties. In addition, the gas sensors based on two-dimensional NiO exhibited higher gas response towards formaldehyde, while the one-dimensional NiO sensors show the superior response and recovery characteristics. The response time and recovery time for NiO nanosheets sensor toward formaldehyde were calculated about 16 s and 14 s, respectively. The response time and recovery time of NiO nanorods sensor were evaluated to be 3 s and 6 s, respectively. Such gas sensing investigations of low dimensional nanostructures may open an avenue to enhance the gas sensing performance of the sensing materials.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: August 1, 2018
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