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It was proposed that the incorporation of Ag generated more sensitive responses to triethylamine than other metals due to the affinity of amines for Ag. Consequently, the response of the sensor was analyzed and found to be fit to chemisorption according to the Langmuir isotherm as well as diffusion models. In another approach, gold nanoparticles were covalently attached to the functional groups of the copolymer films, poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene-co-thiophene-3aceticacid) Poly(EDOT-co-TAA), using the oxidative chemical vapor deposition Conducting polymers in sensor applications 41 (oCVD) technique .
The process results in an increase of the mass of the film, and therefore, the frequency of QCM changes. Hydrogen bonding is destroyed when the film is purged with nitrogen gas. As a result, DBP is desorbed, making the process reversible. In addition, the weak intermolecular force was also used to detect enantiomer of chiral gas by PPy with a chiral side group . A new type of gas sensor for measuring resistance was developed to detect sevoflurane concentrations at room temperature using photopolymerized pyrrole .
Self-doped PANI showed response as high as 70 mV/pH . Conducting polymers in sensor applications 27 Further, PANI-modified glassy carbon and screen-printed electrode showed a reversible response of 90 mV/pH in the pH range of 3–9 . 1–100 ppb) has also been reported . The formation of AuS as well as the increase in the doping level of PANI resulted in to enhanced selectivity and sensitivity. 24 ppm . UV–Vis and spectroscopic analyses revealed that the quinoid/benzenoid peak changes upon exposure to hydrazine owing to the changes in the chemical structure of PANI.