Dynamic resistivity behavior of tin oxide based thick films under recuding and oxidizing conditions

Severcan, Işıl


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Effects of urban air pollution on health and environment have lead researchers to find economic air quality monitoring regulations. Since tin dioxide (SnO2) was demonstrated as a gas sensing device in 1962, tin oxide based thin film sensors have been widely studied due to their high sensitivity and fast response. The main advantages of using tin oxide sensors are their low cost, small size and low power consumption for mobile system applications. But, in order SnO2 based sensors to meet low concentration of...
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Karacaer, O; Dogan, A; Dogan, OM; Usanmaz, Ali (Wiley, 2002-08-22)
Dynamic mechanical properties of poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) reinforced with glass fibers were investigated. The composite used as dental base material contained other additives for different purposes to give the same appearance as natural dentals. The fiber-polymer bonding and orientation of fibers in polymer matrix are very important in the application of the product. To see that, the fibers were treated with silane and compared with untreated fibers. The commercial polymer and monomer used were the ...
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Çöker, Demirkan (null; 2015-04-15)
In aerospace and wind energy industries, new advances in composite manufacturing technology and high demand for lightweight structures are fostering the use of composite laminates in a wide variety of shapes as primary load carrying elements. However, once a moderately thick laminate takes highly curved shape, such as an L-shape, Interlaminar Normal Stresses (ILNS) are induced together with typical Interlaminar Shear Stresses (ILSS) on the interfaces between the laminas. The development of ILNS promotes mod...
Dynamic mechanical properties of flaxseed gum based edible films
WANG, Yong; Lİ, Dong; WANG, Li-jun; YANG, Liu; Özkan, Necati (2011-08-15)
The flaxseed gum based edible film was prepared and investigated for dynamic mechanical properties and water vapor transmission rate in this study. The glass transition temperature of the films, indicated by the peak of tan delta, was significantly decreased by the increasing of the glycerol concentration. The storage modulus and the temperature at which it reached a maximum value were decreased by the increasing of the glycerol concentration. The glass transition temperature of the flaxseed gum based edibl...
Citation Formats
I. Severcan, “Dynamic resistivity behavior of tin oxide based thick films under recuding and oxidizing conditions,” Middle East Technical University, 2002.