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Marr, I.; Neumann, K.; Thelakkat, M.; Moos, R.: Undoped and doped poly(tetraphenylbenzidine) as sensitive material for an impedimetric nitrogen dioxide gas dosimeter, Applied Physics Letters, 105(13), 133301-3 (2014) -- DOI: 10.1063/1.4896847
Abstract:
This article presents a nitrogen dioxide (NO2) detecting gas dosimeter based on poly(tetraphenylbenzidine) poly(TPD) as nitrogen oxide (NOx) sensitive layer. Gas dosimeters are suitable devices to determine reliably low levels of analytes over a long period of time. During NOx exposure, the analyte molecules are accumulated irreversibly in the sensing layer of the dosimeter enhancing the conductivity of the hole conducting poly(TPD), which can be measured by impedance spectroscopy. Due to their possibility for low cost production by simple printing techniques and very good physical, photochemical, and electrochemical properties, poly(TPD)s are suitable for application in gas dosimeters operated at room temperature. We studied the effect of doping with a Co(III)-complex in combination with a conducting salt on the dosimeter behavior. Compared to the undoped material, a strong influence of the doping can be observed: the conductivity of the sensing material increases significantly, the noise of the signal decreases and an unwanted recovery of the sensor signal can be prevented, leading to a NOx detection limit <10 ppm.
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