Sensing properties of assembled Bi2S3 nanowire arrays
Varghese, Justin M.
Bismuth sulfide (Bi2S3) nanowires were grown in porous aluminium oxide template and a selective chemical etching was applied to transfer the nanowires to a solution. Well aligned nanowire arrays were assembled on pre-patterned silicon substrates employing dielectrophoresis. Electron beam lithography was used to connect aligned individual nanowires to the common macroelectrode. In order to evaluate the conductometric sensing performance of the Bi2S3 nanowires, current–voltage characteristics were measured at different relative humidity (RH) levels (5–80%) / argon medium. The response of the Bi2S3 nanowires depending of RH is found to be considerably different from those reported for other types of nanowire RH sensor devices.
Bismuth Sulphide , Nanowire array , Conductometric response , Relative humidity
Kunakova, G., Meija, R., Bite, I., Prikulis, J., Kosmaca, J., Varghese, J., Holmes, J. D. and Donats, E. (2015) 'Sensing properties of assembled Bi 2 S 3 nanowire arrays', Physica Scripta, 90(9), 094017 (4 pp). doi: 10.1088/0031-8949/90/9/094017
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