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Effect of polythiophene thickness on hybrid sensor sensitivity
Reviews on Advanced Materials Science
In recent years, hybrid structures have attracted wide consideration because they generate new very interesting properties. In this study, a hybrid gas sensor was developed using a simple fabrication process from the combination of porous silicon (PSi) and polythiophene (PTh). The study of the effect of electropolymerization rate and film thickness of PTh on the sensitivity and the stability of sensor was realized at room temperature. PSi was formed by electrochemical anodization, and it is andoi:10.1515/rams-2021-0074 fatcat:on4ruehgzbdzrffcwggrg2gevu