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Chemical Sensors: Simulation and Modeling Volume 3: Solid-State Devices by Ghenadii Korotcenkov

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CHAPTER 3

GENERAL APPROACH TO DESIGN AND MODELING OF NANOSTRUCTURE-MODIFIED SEMICONDUCTOR AND NANOWIRE INTERFACES FOR SENSOR AND MICROREACTOR APPLICATIONS

J. L. Gole

W. Laminack

1. INTRODUCTION: THE IHSAB MODEL FOR POROUS SILICON SENSORS AND MICROREACTORS

Despite significant effort, much of the basic science and technology that might provide a general means to link sensor and microreactor design, in a framework applicable to detecting and transforming gas-phase analytes and analytes in aqueous solution, has not yet been developed. In this chapter we will outline a novel, rational, and general approach to generate efficient interfaces which are being designed to detect, sequester, and destroy harmful analytes. At the heart of the conceptual approach ...

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