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12. M. Andersson, A. Lloyd Spetz, and R. Pearce, Recent trends in silicon carbide (SiC) and graphene based gas sensors, in: Semiconductor gas sensors, Eds. R. Jaaniso and O.K. Tan, 2013, pp.117-158. ISBN13: 978 0 85709 236 6

11. A. Lloyd Spetz and M. Andersson, Technology and application opportunities for SiC-FET gas sensors, in: Solid State Gas Sensors - Industrial Application, Eds. M. Fleischer and M. Lehmann, Springer series on Chemical Sensors and Biosensors 11, Springer – Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2012, pp. 189-214.

10. L. Torsi, N. Cioffi, F. Marinelli, E. Ieva, L. Colaianni, A. Dell’Aquila, G.P. Suranna, P. Mastrorilli, S. Maisalkar, A. Lloyd Spetz, and L. Sabbatini, Organic thin-film transistors for inorganic substance monitoring, invited review chapter in: Organic electronics in Sensors and Biotechnology, Eds. R. Shinar and J. Shinar, McGraw-Hill Companies Inc., New York, USA, 2009, chapter 2, pp. 51-91, ISBN:   9780071596756, MHID: 0071596755.

9. A. Lloyd Spetz, M. Skoglundh, and Lars Ojamäe, FET gas sensing mechanism, experimental and theoretical studies, in: Solid State Gas Sensing, Eds. E. Comini, G. Faglia, G. Sberveglieri, Springer, Norwell MA, USA, 2009, chapter 4, pp. 153-179, ISBN: 978-0-387-09664-3.

8. D. Lutic, M. Sanati, and A. Lloyd Spetz, Gas sensors, in: Synthesis, Properties and Applications of Oxide Nanomaterials, Eds. J. A. Rodriguez, M. Fernández-Garcia, John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, New Jersey, USA, 2007, chapter 15, 411-450.

7. H. Wingbrant, H. Svenningstorp, D.J. Kubinski, J.H. Visser, M. Andersson, L. Unéus, M. Löfdahl, and A. Lloyd Spetz, MISiC-FET NH3 sensors for SCR control in exhaust and flue gases, in Encyclopedia of Sensors, Eds. C. A. Grimes and E. C. Dickey, American Scientific Publishers, Stevenson Ranch, Ca, USA, vol. 6, 2006, pp. 205-218.

6. M. Andersson, H. Wingbrant, H. Petersson, L. Unéus, H. Svenningstorp, M. Löfdahl, M. Holmberg, and A. Lloyd Spetz, Gas sensor arrays for combustion control, in Encyclopedia of Sensors, Eds. C. A. Grimes and E. C. Dickey, American Scientific Publishers, Stevenson Ranch, Ca, USA, vol. 4, 2006, pp. 139-154.

5. S. Nakagomi, S. Savage, and A. Lloyd Spetz, Gas sensor device based on Metal-Insulator Silicon carbide-Junction-Field Effect-Transistor, in: Encyclopedia of Sensors, Eds. C. A. Grimes and E. C. Dickey, American Scientific Publishers, Stevenson Ranch, Ca, USA, vol. 4, 2006, pp. 171-192.

4. S. Nakagomi and A. Lloyd Spetz, Gas sensor device based on Catalytic metal-Metal oxide-SiC structure, in: Encyclopedia of Sensors, Eds. C. A. Grimes and E. C. Dickey, American Scientific Publishers, Stevenson Ranch, Ca, USA, vol. 4, 2006, pp. 155-170.

3. A. Lloyd Spetz, S. Nakagomi, and S. Savage, High Temperature SiC-FET Chemical Gas Sensors, in Advances in: Silicon Carbide Processing and Applications, Eds. S.E. Saddow and A. Agarwal, Artech House, Boston, USA, 2004, chapter 2, pp. 29-67.

2. A. Lloyd Spetz and S. Savage, Advances in FET chemical gas sensors, in: Recent Major Advances in SiC, Eds. W.J. Choyke, H. Matsunami and G. Pensl, Springer, Berlin,   Germany, 2003, pp. 879-906.

1. A. Spetz, F. Winquist, H. Sundgren, and I. Lundström, Field effect gas sensors, in: Gas Sensors, Ed. G. Sberveglieri, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 1992, chapter 7, pp. 219-279.


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