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SnCh Nanoparticles Deposited on Optical Fibers and Glass Substrate for Gas Sensors Applications

  • Jorge I. Necochea Chamorro (a1), Mario E. Alvarez Ramos (a2), Alvaro Flores Pacheco (a1), Roberto C. Carrillo Torres (a2), Georgette J. Lanphar Sinotez (a3) and Raul Sanchez Zeferino (a2)...
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[1] Feng, L, et al, Sensors and Actuators B 81 2002) p 165.
[2] Zhyrovetsky, V, et al, Nanoscale Research Letters 12 2017) p 133.
[3] Wu, Y, et al, Sensors and Actuators B 122 2007) p 127.
[4] Gonzalez-Sierra, NE, et al, Sensors 17 2017) p 2041.
[5] Kar, A, Kundu, S Patra, A Journal of Physical Chemistry C 115 2011) p 118.
[6] The authors acknowledge funding from Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnologia (CONACyT) project number 255791-INFR-2015.

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