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  1. “Nanosensors” — Editorial
  2. Nanostructured ZnO chemical gas sensors
  3. Evidence of catalytic activation of anatase nanocrystals by vanadium oxide surface layer: Acetone and ethanol sensing properties
  4. TiO2 colloidal nanocrystals surface modification by V2O5 species: Investigation by 47,49Ti MAS-NMR and H2, CO and NO2 sensing properties
  5. Ultrathin Gas Permeable Oxide Membranes for Chemical Sensing: Nanoporous Ta2O5 Test Study
  6. Preparation and Characterisation of Surface Adsorbed Reduced Graphene Oxide/Polyaniline Nanocomposite on Polymer Membrane for Trimethylamine Sensing
  7. Surface Modification of TiO 2 Nanocrystals by WO x Coating or Wrapping: Solvothermal Synthesis and Enhanced Surface Chemistry
  8. Surface modification, heterojunctions, and other structures: composing metal oxide nanocrystals for chemical sensors
  9. Large surface area biphase titania for chemical sensing
  10. Fabrication of single-nanowire sensing devices by electron beam lithography
  11. Room temperature trimethylamine gas sensor based on aqueous dispersed graphene
  12. Tungsten oxide nanowires for chemical detection
  13. Niobium and Tungsten Oxide Nanowires for Chemical Sensor
  14. Nanostructures of Tungsten Trioxide, Nickel Oxide and Niobium Oxide for Chemical Sensing Applications
  15. Tungsten Oxide Nanowires on Micro Hotplates for Gas Sensing Applications
  16. Skin Microbiota Monitoring by Nanowire MOS Sensors
  17. Nickel Oxide Nanowires Growth by VLS Technique for Gas Sensing Application
  18. Solvothermal, Chloroalkoxide-based Synthesis of Monoclinic WO3 Quantum Dots and Gas-Sensing Enhancement by Surface Oxygen Vacancies
  19. Metal Oxide Gas Sensors Technologies for Hidden People Detection
  20. SiC Foams Decorated with SnO2Nanostructures for Room Temperature Gas Sensing
  21. Integration of ZnO and CuO nanowires into a thermoelectric module
  22. Au/ε-Fe2O3 Nanocomposites as Selective NO2 Gas Sensors
  23. Surface chemistry of SnO2 nanowires on Ag-catalyst-covered Si substrate studied using XPS and TDS methods
  24. Synthesis of self-ordered and well-aligned Nb2O5 nanotubes
  25. Quantum dots as mediators in gas sensing: A case study of CdS sensitized WO3 sensing composites
  26. A Novel Electronic Nose as Adaptable Device to Judge Microbiological Quality and Safety in Foodstuff
  27. Niobium Oxide Nanostructures for Chemical Sensing
  28. Tungsten Oxide Nanowires Chemical Sensors
  29. Classification of Different Roasting Processes by MOX Nanowire
  30. Copper Oxide Nanowires for Surface Ionization Based Gas Sensor
  31. Electronic Nose and Its Application to Microbiological Food Spoilage Screening
  32. Electronic nose for the early detection of different types of indigenous mold contamination in green coffee
  33. Metal oxide nanowire chemical and biochemical sensors
  34. TiO2 Nanotubes: Recent Advances in Synthesis and Gas Sensing Properties
  35. Investigation of Seebeck Effect in Metal Oxide Nanowires for Powering Autonomous Microsystems
  36. Well-Ordered Titania Nanostructures for Gas Sensing
  37. Thermally oxidized zinc oxide nanowires for use as chemical sensors
  38. Colloidal Counterpart of the TiO2-Supported V2O5 System: A Case Study of Oxide-on-Oxide Deposition by Wet Chemical Techniques. Synthesis, Vanadium Speciation, and Gas-Sensing Enhancement
  39. Characterization and testing of Pt/TiO2/SiC thin film layered structure for gas sensing
  40. Integration of Metal Oxide Nanowires in Flexible Gas Sensing Devices
  41. Investigation of Seebeck Effect in ZnO Nanowires for Micropower Generation in Autonomous Sensor Systems
  42. Metal oxide nano wires chemical sensor: Present status and future challenges
  43. Preparation of copper oxide nanowire-based conductometric chemical sensors
  44. Metal oxide nanoscience and nanotechnology for chemical sensors
  45. Synthesis of self-assembled chain-like ZnO nanostructures on stiff and flexible substrates
  46. One- and two-dimensional metal oxide nanostructures for chemical sensing
  47. Black, Comini, Frey, Kiick, Tsakalakos to chair 2013 MRS Fall Meeting
  48. Nanostructured Metal Oxide Gas Sensors, a Survey of Applications Carried out at SENSOR Lab, Brescia (Italy) in the Security and Food Quality Fields
  49. Catalytic impact of RuOx clusters to high ammonia sensitivity of tin dioxide
  50. Growth and gas sensing properties of self-assembled chain-like ZnO nanostructures
  51. An Electronic System to Heat MOX Sensors With Synchronized and Programmable Thermal Profiles
  52. Chemical sensing investigations on Zn–In2O3 nanowires
  53. Fabrication and investigation of gas sensing properties of Nb-doped TiO2nanotubular arrays
  54. Functionalised zinc oxide nanowire gas sensors: Enhanced NO 2 gas sensor response by chemical modification of nanowire surfaces
  55. One-dimensional nanostructured oxides for thermoelectric applications and excitonic solar cells
  56. CuO/ZnO Nanocomposite Gas Sensors Developed by a Plasma-Assisted Route
  57. Pt doping triggers growth of TiO2 nanorods: nanocomposite synthesis and gas-sensing properties
  58. Gas-Sensing Properties of Thermally-Oxidized Metal Oxide Nanowires
  59. Controlled synthesis and properties of β-Fe2O3 nanosystems functionalized with Ag or Pt nanoparticles
  60. Planar Thermoelectric Generator based on Metal-Oxide Nanowires for Powering Autonomous Microsystems
  61. Metal Oxides Mono-Dimensional Nanostructures for Gas Sensing and Light Emission
  62. Synthesis and integration of tin oxide nanowires into an electronic nose
  63. Zinc Oxide Nanowires Deposited on Polymeric Hotplates for Low-power Gas Sensors
  64. Growth and Gas Sensing Properties of Self-Assembled Chain-Like ZnO Nanostructures
  65. Ag/ZnO nanomaterials as high performance sensors for flammable and toxic gases
  66. Plasma-assisted synthesis of Ag/ZnO nanocomposites: First example of photo-induced H2 production and sensing
  67. Plasma enhanced-CVD of undoped and fluorine-doped Co3O4 nanosystems for novel gas sensors
  68. Synthesis of In2O3–ZnO core–shell nanowires and their application in gas sensing
  69. Oxide Nanowires for New Chemical Sensor Devices
  70. High degree of polarization of the near-band-edge photoluminescence in ZnO nanowires
  71. Two step, hydrolytic-solvothermal synthesis of redispersible titania nanocrystals and their gas-sensing properties
  72. Novel Synthesis and Gas Sensing Performances of CuO–TiO2 Nanocomposites Functionalized with Au Nanoparticles
  73. Surface-Driven Porphyrin Self-Assembly on Pre-Activated Si Substrates
  74. An electronic system for the thermal management of MOX sensors
  75. Seebeck effect in ZnO nanowires for micropower generation
  76. Catalytic impact of RuOx clusters to high NH3 sensitivity of tin dioxide
  77. Sensing properties of different classes of gases based on the nanowire-electrode junction barrier modulation
  78. The Power of Nanomaterial Approaches in Gas Sensors
  79. Copper oxide nanowires prepared by thermal oxidation for chemical sensing
  80. Response dynamics of metal oxide gas sensors working with temperature profile protocols
  81. Fabrication of TiO2 and TiO2< Nb > Nanotubular Arrays and Their Gas Sensing Properties
  82. TiO2 nanotubular and nanoporous arrays by electrochemical anodization on different substrates
  83. Gas Influence on Photocurrent Generation in Metal Oxide Nanowires
  84. Vapor Phase Synthesis, Characterization and Gas Sensing Performances of Co3O4 and Au/Co3O4 Nanosystems
  85. Materials based on modified SnO2 for selective gas sensors
  86. Selectivity Modification of SnO2-Based Materials for Gas Sensor Arrays
  87. 1D ZnO nano-assemblies by Plasma-CVD as chemical sensors for flammable and toxic gases
  88. Metal oxide nanowires as chemical sensors
  89. Metal-oxide nanowire sensors for CO detection: Characterization and modeling
  90. Transparent Metal Oxide Semiconductors as Gas Sensors
  91. Direct integration of metal oxide nanowires into an effective gas sensing device
  92. Synthesis of Cu2O bi-pyramids by reduction of Cu(OH)2 in solution
  93. Metal-oxide nanowire sensors for CO detection: Charaterization and modeling
  94. Urchin-like ZnO nanorod arrays for gas sensing applications
  95. Physical Vapor Deposition of Copper Oxide Nanowires
  96. Insight into the Formation Mechanism of One-Dimensional Indium Oxide Wires
  97. Surface Ionization Gas Detection on Platinum and Metal Oxide Surfaces
  98. Optical Gas Sensing Properties of ZnO Nanowires
  99. ZnO / TiO 2 nanonetwork as efficient photoanode in excitonic solar cells
  100. Chemical Vapor Deposition of Cu2O and CuO nanosystems for innovative gas sensors
  101. SnO2 nanowires for detection of chemical warfare agents
  102. SnO2 nanowires for optical and optoelectronic gas sensing
  103. Selective modified SnO2-based materials for gas sensors arrays
  104. Semiconducting tin oxide nanowires and thin films for Chemical Warfare Agents detection
  105. Luminescence response of ZnO nanowires to gas adsorption
  106. Metal oxide nanowires: Preparation and application in gas sensing
  107. Characterization and modelling of SnO2 nanowire sensors for CO detection
  108. Recombination dynamics of deep defect states in zinc oxide nanowires
  109. Characterization of n-type and p-type semiconductor gas sensors based on NiOx doped TiO2 thin films
  110. Multi-Functional Copper Oxide Nanosystems for H
  111. Solid State Gas Sensing
  112. Chemoresistive sensing of light alkanes with SnO2 nanocrystals: a DFT-based insight
  113. Quasi-one dimensional metal oxide semiconductors: Preparation, characterization and application as chemical sensors
  115. The Role of Surface Oxygen Vacancies in the NO2 Sensing Properties of SnO2 Nanocrystals
  116. The role of oxygen vacancies in the sensing properties of SnO2 nanocrystals
  117. Doped ZnO nanowires: Towards homojuctions
  118. Surface Acoustic Wave 915 MHz resonator oscillator gas sensors using SnO2 nanowires-based nanocomposite layer
  119. NO2 adsorption effects on p+–n silicon junctions surrounded by a porous layer
  120. Electrical-Based Gas Sensing
  121. Metal oxide nanowires gas sensors
  126. Metal Oxide Nanowire and Thin-Film-Based Gas Sensors for Chemical Warfare Simulants Detection
  127. Preparation of transparent conducting oxide nanostructures for dye-sensitized solar cells
  128. On the mechanism of photoluminescence quenching in tin dioxide nanowires by NO2adsorption
  129. Synthesis and Gas-Sensing Properties of Pd-Doped SnO2 Nanocrystals. A Case Study of a General Methodology for Doping Metal Oxide Nanocrystals
  130. Nanowires of metal oxides for gas sensing applications
  131. Gas Sensing Properties of Columnar CeO2 Nanostructures Prepared by Chemical Vapor Deposition
  132. Orthorhombic Pbcn SnO2 nanowires for gas sensing applications
  133. Hydrocarbon Sensing Device Based on Binary Metal Oxides
  134. Cr-inserted TiO2 thin films for chemical gas sensors
  135. Controlled Growth and Sensing Properties of In2O3 Nanowires
  136. Preparation of Radial and Longitudinal Nanosized Heterostructures of In2O3 and SnO2
  137. STM and XPS characterisation of vacuum annealed nanocrystalline WO3 films
  138. Correlation between atomic composition and gas sensing properties in tungsten–iron oxide thin films
  139. First Example of ZnO−TiO2 Nanocomposites by Chemical Vapor Deposition:  Structure, Morphology, Composition, and Gas Sensing Performances
  140. Interactions of nanocrystalline tin oxide powder with NO2: A Raman spectroscopic study
  141. In2O3 nanowires for gas sensors: morphology and sensing characterisation
  142. Nanocrystals as Very Active Interfaces:  Ultrasensitive Room-Temperature Ozone Sensors with In2O3 Nanocrystals Prepared by a Low-Temperature Sol−Gel Process in a Coordinating Environment
  143. Metal oxide nanowires for biochemical gas sensing
  144. Functional nanowires of tin oxide
  145. Gas sensing properties of zinc oxide nanostructures prepared by thermal evaporation
  146. Columnar CeO2nanostructures for sensor application
  147. Metal oxide nanowires for optical gas sensing
  148. Synthesis and characterization of semiconducting nanowires for gas sensing
  149. Single crystalline metal oxide nano-wires/tubes: controlled growth for sensitive gas sensor devices
  150. Pt/SnO2 Nanowires/SiC Based Hydrogen Gas Sensor
  151. TiO2 Based Nanocrystalline Thin Film Gas Sensors Prepared by Ion-assisted Electron beam Evaporation
  152. Tin, Niobium and Vanadium mixed oxide thin films based gas sensors for chemical warfare agent attacks prevention
  153. Gas sensing properties of CNT-SnO2 Nanocomposite Thin Film Prepared by E-beam Evaporation
  154. Preparation and Characterization of Tin Oxide Nanowires on SIC
  155. Highly sensitive single crystalline metal oxide nanowires gas sensors
  156. Oxide nanopowders from the low-temperature processing of metal oxide sols and their application as gas-sensing materials
  157. Gas-Sensing Characterization of TiO2-ZnO Based Thin Film
  158. Towards bio-nanotransistors for electrical DNA sensing
  159. Work Function as a Useful Feature for Development of SnO2 Nanowires Based Gas Sensing Devices
  160. New Selective Gas Sensing Device based on Metal Oxide Layer with Suspended Catalyst
  161. Indium oxide quasi-monodimensional low temperature gas sensor
  162. Cr–Sn oxide thin films: Electrical and spectroscopic characterisation with CO, NO2, NH3 and ethanol
  163. Ultrasensitive and highly selective gas sensors using three-dimensional tungsten oxide nanowire networks
  164. Metal oxide nano-crystals for gas sensing
  165. Oxide Nanobelts as Conductometric Gas Sensors
  166. Low-concentration NO/sub 2/ detection with an adsorption porous silicon FET
  167. High Temperature Phases of Nanostructured Tungsten Oxide for Gas Sensing Applications
  168. On the Role of Oxygen Vacancies in the Determination of the Gas-Sensing Properties of Tin-Oxide Nanowires
  169. Photo-Induced Unpinning of Fermi Level in WO3
  170. MoO3–WO3 mixed oxide powder and thin films for gas sensing devices: A spectroscopic characterisation
  171. Tin oxide nanobelts electrical and sensing properties
  172. Hydrogen and hydrocarbon gas sensing performance of Pt/WO3/SiC MROSiC devices
  173. Diffusion-equation approach to describe ionic mobility in nanostructured titania
  174. FT-IR and UV-Vis-NIR characterisation of pure and mixed MoO3 and WO3 thin films
  175. Nanostructured WO3 deposited by modified thermal evaporation for gas-sensing applications
  176. Growth of tin oxide nanocrystals
  177. Metal oxide nanocrystals for gas sensing
  179. Gas sensing properties of MoO3 nanorods to CO and CH3OH
  180. High Temperature Hydrocarbon Sensing with Pt-Thin Ga2O3-SiC Diodes
  181. SnO2 sub-micron wires for gas sensors
  182. Detection of landfill gases by chemoresistive sensors based on titanium, molybdenum, tungsten oxides
  183. Nucleation and growth of SnO2 nanowires
  184. TiO2:Mo, MoO3:Ti, TiO+WO3 and TiO:W layer for landfill produced gases sensing
  185. Stable and very sensitive gas sensor based on novel mixed-metal oxides
  186. Sol-gel processed MoO 3 and WO 3 thin films for use as selective chemosensors
  187. SnO>tex<$_2$>/tex<RGTO UV Activation for CO Monitoring
  188. Electrical Properties of Tin Dioxide Two-Dimensional Nanostructures
  189. Sub-micron structured Metal Oxide gas sensors by means of lithographic techniques
  190. CO sensing properties of W–Mo and tin oxide RGTO multiple layers structures
  191. Binary Metal Oxide MoO 3 -TiO 2 and MoO 3 -WO 3 Thin Film Gas Sensors for Environmental Applications
  192. Experimental evidence for a dissociation mechanism in NH3 detection with MIS field-effect devices
  193. Photoactivation of Semiconductor Gas Sensors Operating at Room Temperature
  194. Ti-Mo and Mo-W mixed oxides for gas sensing applications
  195. Selective semiconductor gas sensor based on surface photovoltage
  196. New technique for the manipulation of nanostrucured metal-oxides properties.
  199. Stable and highly sensitive gas sensors based on semiconducting oxide nanobelts
  200. Thin oxide films as surface modifiers of MIS field effect gas sensors
  201. Nanostructured mixed oxides compounds for gas sensing applications
  203. UV light activation of tin oxide thin films for NO2 sensing at low temperatures
  204. Production and characterization of titanium and iron oxide nano-sized thin films
  205. CO and NO2 response of tin oxide silicon doped thin films
  206. CO sensing properties of titanium and iron oxide nanosized thin films
  207. Semiconductor MoO3–TiO2 thin film gas sensors
  208. Comparison of Single and Binary Oxide MoO3, TiO2 and WO3 Sol-gel Gas Sensors
  209. A Selective Ethanol Sensor: TiO2 and W/TiO2 by a Novel Sol-Gel Technique
  210. Ti–W–O sputtered thin film as n- or p-type gas sensors
  211. TiO2 thin films by a novel sol–gel processing for gas sensor applications
  212. NO2 monitoring with a novel p-type material: TiO
  213. Light enhanced gas sensing properties of indium oxide and tin dioxide sensors
  214. Mo-W-O thin films for CO sensing
  215. Nanostructured TiO2 and W:TiO2Thin Films by a Novel Sol-Gel Processing for Alcohol Sensing Devices
  216. Micromachined gas sensors for environmental pollutants
  217. Electrical and structural properties of RGTO-In2O3 sensors for ozone detection
  218. Effect of nickel ions on sensitivity of In2O3 thin film sensors to NO2
  219. Very low power consumption micromachined CO sensors
  220. Oxidation of Sn Thin Films to SnO2. Micro-Raman Mapping and X-ray Diffraction Studies
  221. Nonlinear process analysis in Er3+:Ca3Sc2Ge3O12
  222. FET-Like Silicon Sensor with a Porous Layer for NO2 Detection
  223. Characterization of P-Type Cr:TiO2 Gas Sensor
  224. Structural and Electrical Characterization of Cobalt Oxide P-Type Gas Sensor
  225. Tin and Indium Oxide Nanocrystals Based Gas Sensors Characterization
  226. Study of Pt/TiO/sub 2//SiC schottky diode based gas sensor
  227. Metal oxide nanocrystals for gas sensing
  228. Enhancement of the low temperature response of thin film gas sensors by UV irradiation
  229. Mixed nanostructured oxides of Ti and VI-B group elements for gas sensing
  230. Gas sensing applications of novel semiconductor materials
  231. Gas Sensing Properties of TiO2-WO3 and TiO2-MO3 Based Thin Film Prepared by Ion-Assisted E-Beam Evaporation
  232. Mixed Oxide Pt/(Ti-W-O)/SiC Based MROSiC Device for Hydrocarbon Gas Sensing
  233. Detecting NO/sub 2/ with APSFET, an adsorption porous silicon FET
  234. SnO/sub 2/ sensors with variable operating temperature for CO detection: selectivity enhancement
  235. Recent progress on gas sensors based on semiconducting thin films
  236. Scanning tunneling spectroscopy and photoactivation in WO/sub 3/ gas sensors
  237. Novel p-type gas sensing thin film based on Nb-Ti-O mixed oxides
  238. Alcohol and organic vapours sensor based on nano-sized TiO/sub 2/ thin film