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Bayreuth Engine Research Center, Functional Materials, University of Bayreuth, 95440 Bayreuth, Germany

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Siemens AG, Corporate Research & Technology, Sensor Systems, 81739 Munich, Germany





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Abstract Very often, high-temperature operated gas sensors are cross-sensitive to oxygen and-or they cannot be operated in oxygen-deficient rich atmospheres. For instance, some metal oxides like Ga2O3 or doped SrTiO3 are excellent materials for conductometric hydrocarbon detection in the rough atmosphere of automotive exhausts, but have to be operated preferably at a constant oxygen concentration. We propose a modular sensor platform that combines a conductometric two-sensor-setup with an electrochemical pumping cell made of YSZ to establish a constant oxygen concentration in the ambient of the conductometric sensor film. In this paper, the platform is introduced, the two-sensor-setup is integrated into this new design, and sensing performance is characterized. Such a platform can be used for other sensor principles as well. View Full-Text

Keywords: hydrocarbon exhaust gas sensor; strontium titanate; gallium oxide; electrochemical pumping cell; exhaust gas sensor hydrocarbon exhaust gas sensor; strontium titanate; gallium oxide; electrochemical pumping cell; exhaust gas sensor





Autor: Diana Biskupski 1,* , Andrea Geupel 1, Kerstin Wiesner 2, Maximilian Fleischer 2 and Ralf Moos 1

Fuente: http://mdpi.com/



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