3D Hollow Quasi-Graphite Capsules/Polyaniline Hybrid with a High Performance for Room-Temperature Ammonia Gas Sensors

Volume: 4, Issue: 9, Pages: 2343 - 2350
Published: Aug 26, 2019
Abstract
Designing sensing materials with novel morphologies and compositions is eminently challenging to achieve high-performance gas sensor devices. Herein, an in situ oxidative polymerization approach is developed to construct three-dimensional (3D) hollow quasi-graphite capsules/polyaniline (GCs/PANI) hierarchical hybrids by decorating protonated PANI on the surface of GCs; as a result, an immensely active and sensitive material was developed for...
Paper Details
Title
3D Hollow Quasi-Graphite Capsules/Polyaniline Hybrid with a High Performance for Room-Temperature Ammonia Gas Sensors
Published Date
Aug 26, 2019
Volume
4
Issue
9
Pages
2343 - 2350
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