Photonic gas sensors exploiting directly the optical properties of hybrid carbon nanotube localized surface plasmon structures

Allsop, Thomas and Arif, Raz and Neal, Ron and Kalli, Kyriacos and Kundrát, Vojtech and Rozhin, Alex and Webb, David and Culverhouse, Phil (2015) Photonic gas sensors exploiting directly the optical properties of hybrid carbon nanotube localized surface plasmon structures. [Data Collection]

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Type of Data: Dataset
Divisions: Engineering and Applied Science > Institute of Photonics
Data Publisher: Aston University
Funders: Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council
Projects: Grating and waveguide plasmonic sensors, Grating and waveguide plasmonic sensors
Grant number: EP/J010413, EP/J010391
Keywords: carbon nanotubes, localized surface plasmons, gas sensors, optical sensing, Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials, Atomic and Molecular Physics, Optics
Date Made Available: 31 December 2015
Date Type: Publication
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14 October 201514 October 2015
Identification Number: 10.17036/f70016d4-f2f3-46c1-91fd-e6902a92c8d0
Publication URL: http://publications.aston.ac.uk/26888/

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