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Investigations of metalphthalocyanine CuPc and PbPc layers by plasmon resonance method for NO2 sensors
Author(s): Tadeusz Pustelny; Jolanata Ignac-Nowicka; Zbigniew Opilski
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Paper Abstract

The surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy is an optical technique that is capable of monitoring chemical and physical processes. It is sensitive to detect small changes of dielectric properties in a metal-phthalocyanine boundary. For this reason plasmon resonance phenomena have been used to characterize a number of different types of films. This work analyses the possibility of using the surface plasmon resonance phenomena in the detection of gas. Thin films of copper and lead phthalocyanines have been examined in the plasmon system from the point of view of their application in NO2 sensors.

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Date Published: 8 September 2004
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 5576, Lightguides and their Applications II, (8 September 2004);
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Tadeusz Pustelny, Silesian Univ. of Technology (Poland)
Jolanata Ignac-Nowicka, Silesian Univ. of Technology (Poland)
Zbigniew Opilski, Silesian Univ. of Technology (Poland)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 5576:
Lightguides and their Applications II
Jan Wojcik; Waldemar Wojcik, Editor(s)

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