Advanced Nanomaterials for Aerospace Applications by Carlos R. Cabrera, Félix Miranda

By Carlos R. Cabrera, Félix Miranda

Complex Nanomaterials for Aerospace purposes has been constructed for a group drawn to area technology and nanotechnology. Scientists and engineers from numerous NASA box facilities and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, college of Puerto Rico, The Pennsylvania country college, and INFN-Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati, Italy, have joined efforts to debate the purposes of nanomaterials in sensors, Read more...

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Sensor Examples Further, a hysteresis effect is observed [82]. As the I–V curve is taken in the reverse polarization, that is, from 1 to –1 V rather than –1 to 1 V, the propylene/nitrogen I–V curve actually shifts to the right rather than the left. The reason for this behavior after heating, and the overall sensor response in general, is unclear. Possible contributing factors include changes in the oxide structure, electrical contact between the metal oxide and the microsensor platform, and/or changes in the microsensor platform itself.

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Hampton of Sierra Lobo/NASA GRC. L. F. Fonseca acknowledges contributions from L. Valentín and J. Carpena from UPR-Rio Piedras, and Prof. M. José-Yacamán (UTSan Antonio) for the use of the facilities at the University of Texas at San Antonio. W. Otaño acknowledges contribution from Diego Rodríguez-Vindas, Dr. Carlos Ortiz, and Dr. Víctor M. Pantojas from UPR-Cayey. Martínez-Iñesta acknowledges the contribution of Héctor Méndez-Colberg from UPR-Mayaguez to this manuscript and the collaboration of Dr.

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