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Old 09-20-2003, 08:50 AM
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I have read that for carbon nanotube gas sensors, nanoarchitecture is
the key for its gas sensing property rather than its surface area.
What is the difference between nanostructure gas sensor and a gas
sensor that is not made of nanostructure material? Are nanowalls or
nanotubes very good material as gas sensor? Why is nanoarchitecture
the key instead of its small surface area?
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