A Novel Gas Sensor for Exhaled Acetone Detection of Diabetes
Hierarchical three-dimensional (3D) MoS2 with diameter of about 1 μm were successfully synthesized via a facile hydrothermal process at low temperature. It is notable that the MoS2 nanospheres are self-assembled by numerous nanosheets, and the concentration of reactants plays a key role in the formation of the hierarchical MoS2 nanospheres. The thickness of the nanosheets decreased gradually with the increasing concentration of reactants within certain limits. The gas-sensing measurement revealed that 3D flower-like MoS2 based sensor displayed excellent acetone gas sensing property, which holding potential applications in the detection of diabetes.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: September 1, 2018
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