Perovskite-Based Gas Sensors

Rahul Johari, Shambhavi, Utkarsh Kumar, Rakesh K. Sonker, Pawan Kumar, Siddhartha, Renu Singh, Devesh Garg, Okai Victor, Pramod K. Singh, Zishan H. Khan, Kaushlendra Agrahari

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Abstract

The optical, physical, biological, electrical, and optoelectronic features of perovskites make them fascinating materials. They are a viable contender for a variety of applications because of their unusual sensitivity, selectivity, and long-term stability. The various structures and their properties are explained in this chapter. It also explains the various sensing mechanism that are responsible for the adsorp-tion of various kinds of gas molecules. The significant potential for sensor applica-tions is suggested by their outstanding hydration-dehydration, electronic transition, adsorption-desorption, phase transition, and ion intercalation-declaration. In both solid and solution phases, several perovskite nanomaterial-based devices have been proven to offer exceptional sensing capabilities to diverse chemical and biological species. This chapter discusses the structure of perovskite, its synthesis, and the manufacture of useful sensors, as well as their applications in temperature, humidity, and gas sensing. Finally, using real-time demonstration, we outline the viewpoints and propose realistic directions for the future development of innovative perovskite nanostructure-based sensors.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSmart Nanostructure Materials and Sensor Technology
PublisherSpringer Nature
Pages245-259
Number of pages15
ISBN (Electronic)9789811926853
ISBN (Print)9789811926846
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Jan 2022

Keywords

  • Adsorption-desorption
  • Gas sensors
  • Perovskite nanomaterial

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • General Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology
  • General Engineering

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