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Research Article

Oxide Nanomaterials Based on SnO2 for Semiconductor Hydrogen Sensors

Table 1

Particle sizes of SnO2 calculated by using the Scherrer equation, lattice parameters, and specific surface areas of the nanomaterials obtained through thermal treatment of the xerogel.

SampleNanomaterial formation conditionsXRD size (nm)Ssp (m2/g)Lattice parameters
T (°С)Isothermal processing timeа (Å)с (Å)

Xerogel9024 h∼34.77 ± 0.033.171 ± 0.06
SnO24001 h 20 min4.84.732 ± 0.0053.190 ± 0.005
SnO24002 h 20 min5.31104.739 ± 0.0053.180 ± 0.005
SnO24501 h 20 min6.5854.749 ± 0.0053.191 ± 0.005
SnO25001 h 20 min8.3604.745 ± 0.0053.189 ± 0.005
SnO25501 h 20 min9.9484.743 ± 0.0053.185 ± 0.005
SnO26001 h 20 min12.1374.72 ± 0.0053.190 ± 0.005

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