1 October 2003 Examination of thin films of phthalocyanines in plasmon system for application in NO2 sensors
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Abstract
Surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy is an optical technique that is capable of monitoring chemical and physical processes. It is sensitive to small changes of dielectric properties near a metal surface, and has been used to characterize a number of different types of films. This work analyzes the possibility of using the surface plasmon resonance phenomena for gas detection. We present examinations of thin films of phthalocyanines in plasmon systems from the point of view of their application in NO2 sensors.
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Jolanata Ignac-Nowicka, Tadeusz Pustelny, Zbigniew Opilski, Erwin Maciak, Wieslaw P. Jakubik, Marian W. Urbanczyk, "Examination of thin films of phthalocyanines in plasmon system for application in NO2 sensors," Optical Engineering 42(10), (1 October 2003). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.1603756 . Submission:
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