Subscribe

Subscribe to our Newsletter and get informed about new publication regulary and special discounts for subscribers!

ILCPA > Volume 37 > Nanostructured CdO Thin Films for LPG and CO2 Gas...
< Back to Volume

Nanostructured CdO Thin Films for LPG and CO2 Gas Sensor Prepared by Spray Pyrolisis Technique

Full Text PDF

Abstract:

Nanostructured CdO thin films were deposited by spray pyrolysis techniques at different spray deposition time on glass substrates. Nanostructured CdO thin films was prepared using 0.05 M of cadmium acetate dehydrate (CH3COO) 2Cd·2H2O) was dissolved in the deionised water. These thin films were annealing in air at temperatures 500 °C for 60 min. The thickness of the films, crystallite and grain size were observed to increase with the increase in spray deposition time. As prepared thin films were characterized using XRD, FE-SEM and EDAX. The XRD analysis shows that CdO films were cubic structured. The electrical and gas sensing properties of these films were investigated. Prepared nanostructure CdO thin films show LPG (S = 1600) and CO2 (S = 435) gas response at different operating temperature. Gas response, selectivity, response and recovery time of the sensor were measured and presented.

Info:

Periodical:
International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 37)
Pages:
31-46
Citation:
R.H. Bari and S.B. Patil, "Nanostructured CdO Thin Films for LPG and CO2 Gas Sensor Prepared by Spray Pyrolisis Technique", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 37, pp. 31-46, 2014
Online since:
August 2014
Authors:
Export:
Distribution:
References:

H. Kamal, Thin solid films 483 (2005) 330.

F. Iacomi, Journal of optoelectronics and advanced material 8 (2006) 266.

P. S. Patil, Material Chemistry and Physics 59 (1999) 185.

M. Ortega, G. Santana, A. Morales-Acevedo, Solid State Electron 44 (2000) 1765.

R. Ferro, J.A. Rodriguez, Sol. Energy Matter. Sol. Cells 64 (2000) 363.

Mahdi H. Suhail, Issam M. Ibrahim, G. Mohan Rao, Journal of Electron Devices 13 (2012) 965.

O. Vigil, F. Cruz, A. Morles-Acevedo, G. Contreras-Puene, L. Vaillant, G. Santana, Matter. Chem. Phys. 68 (2001) 249.

T.K. Subramanyam, S. Uthanna, B. Srinivasulu Naidu, Materials Letters 35 (1998) 214.

H. Hobert, B. Seltmann, Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 54 (1996) 195.

A. Tadjarodi, M. Imani, Materials Letters 65 (2011) 1025.

M. G. Ambia, M.N. Eslam, M.O. Hakim, Sol. Energy Mat. Sol. Cells. 28 (1992) 103.

H.A. Mohamed, H.M. Ali, Journal of Science Technology Advanced Material 9 (2008) 025016.

M. Mahaboob Beevia, M. Anusuyab, V. Saravananc, International Journal of Chemical Engineering and Applications 1 ( 2010) 151.

R. H. Bari, S. B. Patil, A. R. Bari, Optoelectronics and advanced materials-rapid communication 6 (2012) 887.

S.D. Sartale, C.D. Lokhande, Materials Chemistry and Physics 21 (2001) 101.

ASTM data for CdO [05-0640].

Chang J. F., Kuo H. H, Leu I. C, Hon M. H., Sensors and Actuators B 84 (2002) 258.

L.A. Patil, A.R. Bari, M.D. Shinde, Vinita Deo and M.P. Kaushik, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 161 (2012) 372.

L. A. Patil, A.R. Bari, M.D. Shinde, Vinita Deo, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 149 (2010) 79.

R.R. Salunkhe, D.S. Dhawale, D.P. Dubal, C.D. Lokhande, Sensors and Actuators B 140 (2009) 86.

L.A. Patil, A.R. Bari, M.D. Shinde, Vinita Deog, Sensor Review 30 (2010) 290. ( Received 14 July 2014; accepted 23 July 2014 ).

Show More Hide
Cited By:

[1] I. Ben Miled, M. Jlassi, I. Sta, M. Dhaouadi, M. Hajji, G. Mousdis, M. Kompitsas, H. Ezzaouia, "Influence of In-doping on microstructure, optical and electrical properties of sol–gel derived CdO thin films", Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, 2018

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10854-018-9216-8

[2] R. Paulraj, P. Shankar, G. Mani, L. Nallathambi, J. Rayappan, "PANI–CdO Nanocomposite Thin Films as a Room Temperature Methanol Sensor", Journal of Electronic Materials, 2018

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11664-018-6485-1