Inorganic-diverse nanostructured materials for volatile organic compound sensing

Muthaiah Shellaiah, Kien Wen Sun*

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Abstract

Environmental pollution related to volatile organic compounds (VOCs) has become a global issue which attracts intensive work towards their controlling and monitoring. To this direction various regulations and research towards VOCs detection have been laid down and conducted by many countries. Distinct devices are proposed to monitor the VOCs pollution. Among them, chemiresistor devices comprised of inorganic-semiconducting materials with diverse nanostruc-tures are most attractive because they are cost-effective and eco-friendly. These diverse nanostruc-tured materials-based devices are usually made up of nanoparticles, nanowires/rods, nanocrystals, nanotubes, nanocages, nanocubes, nanocomposites, etc. They can be employed in monitoring the VOCs present in the reliable sources. This review outlines the device-based VOC detection using diverse semiconducting-nanostructured materials and covers more than 340 references that have been published since 2016.

Original languageEnglish
Article number633
Pages (from-to)1-61
Number of pages61
JournalSensors (Switzerland)
Volume21
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - 2 Jan 2021

Keywords

  • Chemiresistor devices
  • Device-based detection
  • Diverse nanostructures
  • Nano-devices
  • Pollution
  • Reliable nanosystems
  • Sustainable application
  • VOC contamination

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