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This volume presents information on the unique topic of chemical sensors. It focuses on the materials, manufacturing, theory and application of sensors. It is a resource that researchers, students, and those involved in the the design and manufacturing of ceramics will find of critical importance.Content: Chapter 1 Solid?State Electrochemical Sensors for Automotive Applications (pages 1–10): R. Mukundan, E. L. Brosha and F. H. GarzonChapter 2 Zirconia Based Potentiometric NOx Sensor Utilizing Pt and Au Electrodes (pages 11–18): D. J. Kubinski, J. H. Visser, R. E. Soltis, M. H. Parsons, K. E. Nietering and S. G. EjakovChapter 3 Packaging Planar Exhaust Sensors for Hostile Exhaust Environments (pages 19–25): C. Scott NelsonChapter 4 Importance of Gas Diffusion in Semiconducror Gas Sensor (pages 27–36): Noboru Yamazoe, Go Sakai, Naoki Matsunaga, Nam?Seok Baik and Kengo ShimanoeChapter 5 Durability of Thick Film Ceramic Gas Sensors (pages 37–45): Adnan Merhaba, Sheikh Akbar, Bin Feng, Golarn Newaz, Laura Riester and Peter BlauChapter 6 Preparation and Characterization of Indium?Doped Calcium Zirconate for the Electrolyte in Hydrogen Sensors for use in Molten Aluminum (pages 47–56): A.H. Setiawan and J.W. FergusChapter 7 Antimony Sensor for Molten Lead Using K???Al2O3 Solid Electrolyte (pages 57–66): Rajnish Kurchania and Girish. M. KalebChapter 8 Preparation and Characterization of Iron Oxide?Zirconia Nano Powder for Its Use as an Ethanol Sensor Material (pages 67–78): C V Gopal Reddy, S A Akbar, W Cao, O K Tan and W ZhuChapter 9 Synthesis and Characterization of 2–3 Spinelsas Material for Methane Sensor (pages 79–89): S. Poomiapiradee, R.M.D. Brydson and G.M. KaleChapter 10 Ammonia and Alcohol Gas Sensors using Tungsten Oxide (pages 91–96): Mana Sriyudthsak, Sitthisuntom Supothina and Sophon UdomratananonChapter 11 Low Temperature Gas Sensing using Laser Activation (pages 97–103): Mana Sriyudthsak and Voratat RungsaiwatanaChapter 12 Synthesis of Gallium Oxide Hydroxide Crystals Aqueous Solutions with or without Urea and their Calcination Behayior (pages 105–113): A. Cuneyt Tas, Peter J. Majewski and Fritz Aldinger
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