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Gas sensing properties of electrically conductive Cu(I) compounds at elevated temperaturesstar, open

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Wolpert, Benjamin ; Wolfbeis, Otto S. ; Mirsky, Vladimir M.
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Changes in the electrical conductance at 240 °C of a number of copper(I) compounds including CuI, CuBr, Cu2Te, Cu12Sb4S13, (CuI)2P14, and of NiO were measured following the exposure to the gases ammonia, nitrogen dioxide, nitrous oxide, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and propane. Analytical sensitivity and kinetic parameters were compared quantitatively. The high diversity of sensitivity ...


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