FES-ChemSensor – Gassensoren auf Basis der PEO-Technologie

Auf Grundlage eines neuen Oxidationsverfahrens wurden Gassensoren entwickelt, die ohne die sonst notwendige Sensorheizung auskommen. Das besondere Verfahren der potentiostatisch und galvanostatisch kontrollierten plasma-elektrolytischen Oxidation (PEO) ermöglicht dabei die Herstellung einer mechanisch stabilen TiO2-Schicht mit exzellenter Adhäsion auf einer Titanfolie.

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