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BPN886: 2D Carbides as a New Family of Gas Sensing Materials with Wide Working Temperature Range

Project ID BPN886
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Start Date Wed 2018-Jan-24 00:45:31
Last Updated Mon 2018-Jan-29 18:29:58
Abstract Some of the 2d and 2d-like carbide exhibit tunable band structure with relatively high conductivity, which provides sensing function for dopants such as gas molecules. 2d-like carbide also has limited phase change induced nanostructure aggregation. With up to 1000K thermal stability, such carbides will be a better fit than other oxide and nitride materials in higher temperature sensing. For certain gases that require combustion sensing, nanostructure 2d-like carbides will be much stable and reliable. 2d-like Molybdenum carbide is three times more sensitive than graphene in response to NO2 and provides much stronger signal to CO2.
Status New
Funding Source BSAC Member Fees
IAB Research Area Physical Sensors & Devices
Researcher(s) Xining Zang, Niravkumar Joshi
Advisor(s) Liwei Lin
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