Nanomaterials for the Selective Detection of Hydrogen Sulfide in Air

Abstract : This paper presents a focused review on the nanomaterials and associated transduction schemes that have been developed for the selective detection of hydrogen sulfide. It presents a quite comprehensive overview of the latest developments, briefly discusses the hydrogen sulfide detection mechanisms, identifying the reasons for the selectivity (or lack of) observed experimentally. It critically reviews performance, shortcomings, and identifies missing or overlooked important aspects. It identifies the most mature/promising materials and approaches for achieving inexpensive hydrogen sulfide sensors that could be employed in widespread, miniaturized, and inexpensive detectors and, suggests what research should be undertaken for ensuring that requirements are met.
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Eduard Llobet, Jérôme Brunet, Alain Pauly, Amadou Ndiaye, Christelle Varenne. Nanomaterials for the Selective Detection of Hydrogen Sulfide in Air. Sensors, MDPI, 2017, 17 (2), pp.391. ⟨10.3390/s17020391⟩. ⟨hal-01658134⟩

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