5 November 2015 Sensor properties of electron beam irradiated fluorinated graphite
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A graphene-like material was recovered through the reduction of initially nonconductive C2F graphite fluoride by irradiation with an electron beam with a kinetic energy of 500 eV. The surface conductivity increased by four orders of magnitude, and Raman scattering revealed a narrowing and redshift of the G mode peak. The samples were tested as a sensor material for detecting NO2 and NH3 molecules. After 25-min exposure to 1% NH3 and 0.5% NO2 at room temperature, the relative response of the sensor materials was 6 and 4%, respectively.
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Vitalii I. Sysoev, Vitalii I. Sysoev, Artem V. Gusel’nikov, Artem V. Gusel’nikov, Mikhail V. Katkov, Mikhail V. Katkov, Igor P. Asanov, Igor P. Asanov, Lyubov G. Bulusheva, Lyubov G. Bulusheva, Alexander V. Okotrub, Alexander V. Okotrub, } "Sensor properties of electron beam irradiated fluorinated graphite," Journal of Nanophotonics 10(1), 012512 (5 November 2015). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JNP.10.012512 . Submission:

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