CHAPTER 9. Successive Ionic Layer Deposition (SILD): Advanced Method for Deposition and Modification of Functional Nanostructured Metal Oxides Aimed for Gas Sensor Applications

V.P. Tolstoy, Do Han Sang, G. Korotcenkov

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Abstract

Metal Oxide Nanostructures and Their Applications is the world's first multivolume reference covering a wide variety of advanced research and emerging developments in the field. The book series cover theoretical and experimental aspects of metal oxide nanostructures dealing with materials design, modeling, synthesis, fabrication, processing, spectroscopy characterization, structure-property relationships and their device applications at nanoscale. This 5 volume set is an unprecedented single reference source that provides an ideal introduction and overview of the recent advances on metal oxide nanostructures and their applications. It presents a collection of state-of-art review chapters written by well recognized experts in the field. Each state-of-the-art review chapter is self-contained with sufficient cross-references and is written in a very clear and concise fashion. Wide variety of metal oxide nanostructures such as iron oxide, tin-oxide, titanium oxide, zinc oxide, yttrium oxide, europium oxide, zirco
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMETAL OXIDE NANOSTRUCTURES and THEIR APPLICATIONS
PublisherAmerican Scientific Publishers
Pages643, 384-436
ISBN (Print)1-58883-170-1
StatePublished - 2010

Keywords

  • Chemical sensors
  • Tin oxide

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