Publication detail

The firing process influence on TFT sensors’ response

Martin Adamek, Jan Prasek, Jakub Sulc

Original Title

The firing process influence on TFT sensors’ response

English Title

The firing process influence on TFT sensors’ response

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Miniature electrochemical sensors can be produced using thick film technology (TFT). Fabrication technology optimization of thick film sensors, the adjustment of optimal technological properties and especially the optimal properties of thick film electrode materials are main problems of sensor design. The thick film electrochemical sensors are usually made from commercial pastes which are originally developed for other applications. The producers’ recommended firing temperature and time of firing for each paste are not optimal for electrochemical sensors. The output signal of electrochemical sensors increasing can be obtained by firing temperature and time varying. Some aspects about this problem are discussed in this paper.

English abstract

Miniature electrochemical sensors can be produced using thick film technology (TFT). Fabrication technology optimization of thick film sensors, the adjustment of optimal technological properties and especially the optimal properties of thick film electrode materials are main problems of sensor design. The thick film electrochemical sensors are usually made from commercial pastes which are originally developed for other applications. The producers’ recommended firing temperature and time of firing for each paste are not optimal for electrochemical sensors. The output signal of electrochemical sensors increasing can be obtained by firing temperature and time varying. Some aspects about this problem are discussed in this paper.

Keywords

electrochemical sensor, amperometric sensor, technology optimization, firing temperature.

RIV year

2006

Released

20.09.2006

Publisher

Technical University – Sofia, Faculty of Electronic Engineering and Technologies

Location

Sozopol, Bulharsko

ISBN

954-438-565-7

Book

THE FIFTEENTH INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC AND APPLIED SCIENCE CONFERENCE ELECTRONICS ET'2006

Edition number

1

Pages from

94

Pages to

99

Pages count

6

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT19892,
  author="Martin {Adámek} and Jan {Prášek} and Jakub {Šulc}",
  title="The firing process influence on TFT sensors’ response",
  annote="Miniature electrochemical sensors can be produced using thick film technology (TFT). Fabrication technology optimization of thick film sensors, the adjustment of optimal technological properties and especially the optimal properties of thick film electrode materials are main problems of sensor design. The thick film electrochemical sensors are usually made from commercial pastes which are originally developed for other applications. The producers’ recommended firing temperature and time of firing for each paste are not optimal for electrochemical sensors. The output signal of electrochemical sensors increasing can be obtained by firing temperature and time varying. Some aspects about this problem are discussed in this paper.",
  address="Technical University – Sofia, Faculty of Electronic Engineering and Technologies",
  booktitle="THE FIFTEENTH INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC AND APPLIED SCIENCE CONFERENCE ELECTRONICS ET'2006",
  chapter="19892",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Technical University – Sofia, Faculty of Electronic Engineering and Technologies",
  number="1",
  year="2006",
  month="september",
  pages="94--99",
  publisher="Technical University – Sofia, Faculty of Electronic Engineering and Technologies",
  type="conference paper"
}