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Elaboration of single wall carbon nanotubes-based gas sensors: Evaluating the bundling effect on the sensor performance

Abstract : In this article, carbon nanotube (CNT)-based sensors have been prepared using dispersion techniques. Sensors are obtained from a dispersion of CNTs using either chloroform as a solvent or sodium dodecylbenzene sulfonate as a surfactant. These sensors are prepared by drop-cast deposition of the solutions on interdigitated electrodes. The organic solvent processing leads to CNT layers where carbon nanotubes are obtained as larger bundles, whereas smaller bundles and individual tubes are predominantly formed in the surfactant processing. Under gas exposure (NO2), both sensors respond to low gas concentrations; however, the sensing layers composed of larger bundles of CNTs present a slightly different behaviour (in terms of rapid stabilisation and sensitivity) compared to those made of individual CNTs.
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Amadou Ndiaye, Christelle Varenne, Pierre Bonnet, Elodie Petit, Laurent Spinelle, et al.. Elaboration of single wall carbon nanotubes-based gas sensors: Evaluating the bundling effect on the sensor performance. Thin Solid Films, Elsevier, 2012, 520 (13), pp.4465 - 4469. ⟨10.1016/j.tsf.2012.02.071⟩. ⟨hal-01664921⟩

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