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Semiconductor Sensors in Physico-Chemical Studies Translated from Russian by V.Yu. Vetrov

by L. Yu Kupriyanov

Part of the Handbook of Sensors and Actuators Series

Semiconductor Sensors in Physico-Chemical Studies Translated from Russian by V.Yu. Vetrov Synopsis

The scientific basis of the technique of semiconductor chemical sensors is the main focus of this work. The book concentrates on the usage of semiconductor sensors in precision physico-chemical studies.The physical and chemical principles underlying the semiconductor sensor method are explained in detail. The mechanism of the processes occurring under the interaction of gas with semiconductor adsorbent surfaces are also discussed.Scientists and engineers specializing in the physics/chemistry of heterogeneous and heterogeneous-homogeneous processes and design of semiconductor chemical sensors will find the book of significant value.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780444822611
Publication date: 1st May 1996
Author: L. Yu Kupriyanov
Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd an imprint of Elsevier Science & Technology
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 412 pages
Categories: Physical chemistry,

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