Nanomaterial-based electric and electronic gas sensors
Springer Nature has announced the release of an important new publication in the field of solid-state radiation detectors and sensors. The book, titled “Handbook of II-VI Semiconductor-Based Sensors and Radiation Detectors“, offers a comprehensive overview of semiconductors in the II-VI group and their applications in radiation detection.
The book features contributions from a variety of experts, including Andrea Gaiardo and Matteo Valt, members of the MNF unit at the SD center of Fondazione Bruno Kessler. In collaboration with Barbara Fabbri of the University of Ferrara, Gaiardo and Valt contributed to the chapter titled “Nanomaterial-Based Electric and Electronic Gas Sensors“. Drawing on their extensive knowledge, the researchers provide a critical analysis of the state-of-the-art in the synthesis and use of II–VI TMC-based nanomaterials for the development of electrical and electronic gas sensors.
The contributions of these researchers and others make the “Handbook of II-VI Semiconductor-Based Sensors and Radiation Detectors” an invaluable resource for scientists, engineers, and researchers working in the field. By addressing core topics such as the technology and materials underlying these detectors and sensors, the book is poised to play a significant role representing a critical addition to the field of solid-state radiation detectors and sensors.