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High-temperature stable indium oxide photonic crystals: transducer material for optical and resistive gas sensing
Journal of Sensors and Sensor Systems
<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Indium oxide (In<sub>2</sub>O<sub>3</sub>) inverse opal is a promising new transducer material for resistive and optical gas sensors. The periodically ordered and highly accessible pores of the inverse opal allow the design of resistive sensors with characteristics independent of structure limitations, such as diffusion effects or limited conductivity due to constricted crosslinking. Additionally the photonic properties caused by the inverse opal structure can bedoi:10.5194/jsss-5-179-2016 fatcat:m3fd4gwpbfgddlzcpeie25onmu