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Fast response methane sensor using nanocrystalline zinc oxide thin films derived by sol–gel method
P Bhattacharyya, PK Basu, H Saha, S Basu
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 124 (1), 62-67, 2007
1932007
Nanocrystalline metal oxides for methane sensors: role of noble metals
S Basu, PK Basu
Journal of Sensors 2009, 2009
1672009
A low power MEMS gas sensor based on nanocrystalline ZnO thin films for sensing methane
P Bhattacharyya, PK Basu, B Mondal, H Saha
Microelectronics Reliability 48 (11-12), 1772-1779, 2008
1092008
Low temperature methane sensing by electrochemically grown and surface modified ZnO thin films
PK Basu, SK Jana, H Saha, S Basu
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 135 (1), 81-88, 2008
872008
The superior performance of the electrochemically grown ZnO thin films as methane sensor
PK Basu, P Bhattacharyya, N Saha, H Saha, S Basu
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 133 (2), 357-363, 2008
862008
Noble metal catalytic contacts to sol–gel nanocrystalline zinc oxide thin films for sensing methane
P Bhattacharyya, PK Basu, C Lang, H Saha, S Basu
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 129 (2), 551-557, 2008
782008
Graphene based E. coli sensor on flexible acetate sheet
PK Basu, D Indukuri, S Keshavan, V Navratna, SRK Vanjari, S Raghavan, ...
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 190, 342-347, 2014
542014
Nanoporous ZnO thin films deposited by electrochemical anodization: effect of UV light
PK Basu, N Saha, S Maji, H Saha, S Basu
Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics 19 (6), 493-499, 2008
412008
Deposition of nanocrystalline ZnO thin films on p-Si by novel galvanic method and application of the heterojunction as methane sensor
P Bhattacharyya, PK Basu, N Mukherjee, A Mondal, H Saha, S Basu
Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics 18 (8), 823-829, 2007
402007
Fast response methane sensor based on Pd (Ag)/ZnO/Zn MIM structure
P Bhattacharyya, PK Basu, H Saha, S Basu
Sensor letters 4 (4), 371-376, 2006
372006
Methane sensing properties of platinum catalysed nano porous zinc oxide thin films derived by electrochemical anodization
PK Basu, P Bhattacharyya, N Saha, H Saha, S Basu
Sensor letters 6 (1), 219-225, 2008
352008
Structural stability of coplanar 1T-2H superlattice MoS2 under high energy electron beam
S Reshmi, MV Akshaya, B Satpati, PK Basu, K Bhattacharjee
Nanotechnology 29 (20), 205604, 2018
202018
Microwave assisted synthesis of ZnO and Pd-ZnO nanospheres for UV photodetector
L Karthikeyan, MV Akshaya, PK Basu
Sensors and Actuators A: Physical 264, 90-95, 2017
192017
Suspended core-shell Pt-PtOx nanostructure for ultrasensitive hydrogen gas sensor
PK Basu, S Kallatt, EA Anumol, N Bhat
Journal of Applied Physics 117 (22), 224501, 2015
192015
Variation of optical band gap in anodically grown nanocrystalline ZnO thin films at room temperature—effect of electrolyte concentrations
PK Basu, E Bontempi, S Maji, H Saha, S Basu
Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics 20 (12), 1203-1207, 2009
192009
Reliable and flow independent hydrogen sensor based on microwave-assisted ZnO nanospheres: improved sensing performance under UV light at room temperature
K Lakshmanan, AM Vijayakumari, PK Basu
IEEE Sensors Journal 18 (5), 1810-1819, 2018
182018
Schottky junction methane sensors using electrochemically grown nanocrystalline-nanoporous ZnO thin films
PK Basu, N Saha, SK Jana, H Saha, AL Spetz, S Basu
Journal of Sensors 2009, 2009
182009
Tailored MoS2 nanorods: a simple microwave assisted synthesis
S Reshmi, MV Akshaya, B Satpati, A Roy, PK Basu, K Bhattacharjee
Materials Research Express 4 (11), 115012, 2017
172017
Hydrogen gas sensors using anodically prepared and surface modified nanoporous ZnO thin films
PK Basu, SK Jana, MK Mitra, H Saha, S Basu
Sensor letters 6 (5), 699-704, 2008
142008
A suspended low power gas sensor with in-plane heater
PK Basu, S Benedict, S Kallat, N Bhat
Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems 26 (1), 48-50, 2016
132016
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