In recent years, the development of sensing device technique in gas detection is an important issue. This study is to form the nanowire structure thin film based on bullwhip effect through the control of voltage and magnetic field for the fluid of Taylor cone in a non-vacuum environment. And then, the heterogeneous nanowire conductive structures can be formed by the dip coating the conductive material to fill the nanostructures, such as graphene. Furthermore, this study is to use a picosecond laser source of ultra-short with the thin-film patterning process to fabricate the electrode-structure device. Simultaneously, the surface-to-volume ratio characteristics of nanowire structures for being controlled and selected to change the structure, its surface and thermal conductivity and electrical value can gain the appropriate stable structure parameters, which are the key to have the opportunity to enhance the detection value of the gas. Through this project, the study can build the fluid technique forming heterogeneous nanowire device for gas detection platform.
|Effective start/end date||2017/11/01 → 2019/01/31|
- Gas detection
- Heterogeneous nanowires
- Ultrafast laser
- electrical characteristics
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