Chemical Sensors Based on Highly Conductive Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) Nanorods

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  • This work has been financially supported by the Brain Korea 21 program of the Korean Ministry of Education and the Hyperstructured Organic Materials Research Center supported by Korea Science and Engineering Foundation.

Abstract

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PEDOT nanorods have been fabricated using reverse cylindrical micelle-mediated interfacial polymerization without any templates and applied as chemical sensors for the detection of HCl and NH3 vapor. The PEDOT nanorods, shown in the Figure, display very stable conductivity. The chemical sensors can detect low vapor concentrations and exhibit a reversible and reproducible response.

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