Scientists make toxic gas sensing nine times more effective

A Russian-Belorussian research team has developed a new tungsten oxide–based gas sensing material that shows high sensitivity to carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide and acetone. The new material’s gas sensing response was nine times higher than that of the existing sensors. The study was published in Nano-Structures & Nano-Objects.

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