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Fundamental elementary facts and theoretical tools for the interpretation and model development of solid-gas interactions are first presented in this work. Chemical, physical and electrochemical aspects are presented from a phenomenological, thermodynamic and kinetic point of view. The theoretical aspects of electrical properties on the surface of a solid are also covered to provide greater accessibility for those with a physico-chemical background. The second part is devoted to the development of devices for gas detection in a system approach. Methods for experimental investigations concerning solid-gas interactions are first described. Results are then presented in order to support the contribution made by large metallic elements to the electronic processes associated with solid-gas interactions.Content: Chapter 1 Adsorption Phenomena (pages 1–27): Chapter 2 Structure of Solids: Physico?chemical Aspects (pages 29–38): Chapter 3 Gas?Solid Interactions: Electronic Aspects (pages 39–68): Chapter 4 Interfacial Thermodynamic Equilibrium Studies (pages 69–108): Chapter 5 Model Development for Interfacial Phenomena (pages 109–136): Chapter 6 Apparatus for Experimental Studies: Examples of Applications (pages 137–213): Chapter 7 Material Elaboration (pages 215–275): Chapter 8 Influence of the Metallic Components on the Electrical Response of the Sensors (pages 277–308): Chapter 9 Development and Use of Different Gas Sensors (pages 309–359): Chapter 10 Models and Interpretation of Experimental Results (pages 361–430):
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