Hydrogen sulphide detection by CMOS integrated tungsten oxide nanowire networks

Johanna Krainer, Marco Deluca, Eva Lackner, Robert Wimmer-Teubenbacher, Florentyna Sosada, Christian Gspan, Karl Rohracher, Ewald Wachmann, Anton Köck

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Abstract

Metal oxide nanostructures like tungsten oxide nanowires are intensively studied materials for sensor applications. In this work we report on tungsten oxide gas sensors integrated on a CMOS fabricated microhotplate chip. Tungsten oxide gas sensors were prepared by drop coating of a nanowire network suspension onto interdigitated electrodes prefabricated on the CMOS microhotplate chip. The tungsten oxide nanowire network was characterised by TEM and Raman spectroscopy, confirming their non-stoichiometric state. Using tungsten oxide nanowire networks as gas sensing material we observed high sensitivity to hydrogen sulphide: concentrations of 1 ppm have been detected with a sensor response up to 55%.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)7132-7136
JournalMaterials Today / Proceedings
Volume4
Publication statusPublished - 2017

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Materials Science(all)

Fields of Expertise

  • Advanced Materials Science

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    Krainer, J., Deluca, M., Lackner, E., Wimmer-Teubenbacher, R., Sosada, F., Gspan, C., ... Köck, A. (2017). Hydrogen sulphide detection by CMOS integrated tungsten oxide nanowire networks. Materials Today / Proceedings , 4, 7132-7136.