A nano-sized gas sensor 4

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Published: March 2009

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The ULB partner in the project are specialised in plasma surface treatment under air, rather than vacuum – it’s the next step up in scaling up the plasma treatment of the nanotubes after the Namur group. In the earlier stages of the project they are starting to work with graphite, as this is a structurally simpler material to work with than nanotubes but nonetheless behaves in a similar way for the metal nanoparticles.

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