|Title||Vocs sensors based on polyaniline/graphene-nanosheets bilayer|
|Publication Type||Articolo su Rivista peer-reviewed|
|Year of Publication||2015|
|Authors||De Maria, A., La Ferrara V., Massera E., Miglietta M.L., Di Luccio Tiziana, Fedi F., Di Francia G., and Veneri P.D.|
|Journal||Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering|
|Keywords||Bi-layer, Dip coating, Exposed to, Monoterpenes, Polyaniline, Relative response, Vocs sensors, Volatile organic compounds|
In this work chemical sensors based on polyaniline and on polyaniline/graphenenanosheets bilayer were prepared by dip coating. Their morphology and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) sensing behavior were compared. In particular, the devices were investigated in presence of VOCs as limonene and ethanol. Furthermore the devices were characterized under relative humidity. Bilayer samples, exposed to limonene, show a higher relative response respect to only polyaniline, encouraging the graphene use in VOCs sensor devices. © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015.
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