Modification of porous glass with copper(II) oxide with planar structure does not change the run of the water-adsorption isotherm, whereas in the case when nanoparticles are formed from the supported oxide, a cluster-type adsorption mechanism is operative when a relative pressure p/p 0 > 0.5 is reached. These specific features are reflected in the different dependences of the electrical resistance of the samples on humidity. It was shown that a porous glass with distributed copper(II)oxide planar layer can be used as a sensitive element of a resistive humidity sensor.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 2, 2017
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