Influence of temperature and humidity on titanium electrodes intended for an above normative conditions sensors
Mateusz Mroczkowski , Piotr Firek , Jerzy Kalenik , Mirosław Kozłowski , Jan Szmidt
AbstractA series of test titanium electrodes, intended for a new generation of hydrgen and hydrogen compounds sensors was prepared. This new generation of hydrogen sensors is expected to operate in above nomative conditions. In order to investigate the influence of temperaturę and moisture on titanium electrodes a series of expermenst was conducted. Test samples were exposed to elevated levels of temperaturę (up to 1650C) and moisture (relative humidity up to 80%. These test allowed to measure resistivity as a function of temperature and to determine the long-term stability of elctircal parameters of electrodes. Results of htis tudies will be used in fabrication of reliable electrodes for a new generaton of hydrogen sensors.
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|Book||Skwarek Agata (eds.): Proceedings of 37th International Microelectronics and Packaging Conference of IMAPS-CPMT Poland 2013, vol. CD ROM, 2013, Warszawa, Instytut Technologii Elektronowej, ISBN 9788393246410, 772 p.|
|Keywords in English||hydrogen sensor, titanium electrodes, long-term stability|
|Project||Development of technology for a new generation of the hydrogen and hydrogen compounds sensor for applications in above normative conditions. Project leader: Szmidt Jan,
, Phone: (48 22) 234 75 99; 234 77 76, start date 01-07-2009, Implemented
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