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INTERSECTION OF GASES WITH THIN FILMS OF PHTHALOCYANINES AS SENSITIVE ELEMENTS OF CHEMICAL SENSORS

By Georgy Lvovich Pakhomov

Abstract

The invectigation objects are the thin polycristalline films of the halogen-substituted copper and cobalt phthalocyanines. The aim is to perform the experimental study of their optic, sorption, electrophysical and other porperties in presence of the ammonia and nitrogen dioxide. The basic regularities of the soprtion and interaction kinetics of NH*003 and NO*002 with sublimated layers of PcM have been studied firstly, and the influence of the peripheral substitution of PcM molecules on them has been shown. The connection of these processes accompanying with the formation of the cation-radical forms of PcxM*002*00+ with conducting properties of the layers has been determined. The thickness effects have been investigated firstly in details, the two-component film structures on base of PcM have been proposed. The obtained results can be used in the chemical sensorics at design and optimization of the parameters in the sensitive layers operating on the resistive principleAvailable from VNTIC / VNTIC - Scientific & Technical Information Centre of RussiaSIGLERURussian Federatio

Topics: 07D - Physical chemistry, CHEMISTRY, INSTRUMENT ENGINEERING
Year: 1996
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