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      Surface oxygen vacancy defect engineering of p-CuAlO2 via Ar&H2 plasma

      treatment for enhancing VOCs sensing performances

      Bin Tong, a b Gang Meng, * a c Zanhong Deng, a c Mati Horprathum, d Annop

      Klamchuen e and Xiaodong Fang * a c

      aAnhui Provincial Key Laboratory of Photonic Devices and Materials, Anhui Institute of Optics and Fine

      Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Hefei, 230031, China

      bUniversity of Science and Technology of China, Hefei 230026, China

      cKey Lab of Photovoltaic and Energy Conservation Materials, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Hefei

      230031, China

      d Opto-Electrochemical Sensing Research Team, National Electronic and Computer Technology Center,

      PathumThani 12120, Thailand

      eNational Nanotechnology Center, National Science and Technology Development Agency, Pathum

      Thani 12120, Thailand

       

      Experimental Section

      1.1 Synthesis of CuAlO2 particles

      First of all, 0.04 mol Cu(CH3COO)2·H2O (Alfa Aesar, 99.9%) was dissolved in 160 mL absolute alcohol with

      vigorous stirring, and then 16 mL HNO3 (Sinopharm Chemical Reagent, 99.7%), 0.2 mol C6H8O7·H2O

      (Sinopharm Chemical Reagent, 99.8%) and 0.04 mol Al[OCH(CH3)CH2CH3]3 (Alfa Aesar, 97%) were added into

      the above solution in sequence. After stirring for 6 hours, 16 mL HNO3 was added to the solution drop by drop to

      obtain a well-mixed precursor solution. The precursor solution was dried at 100 °C overnight. In order to remove

      the organics, the condensed solution was heated to 300 °C for 6 hours. After that, the dried powders were milled

      for 24 h using a planetary ball miller and then annealed at 1100 °C for 10 h under air atmosphere. Subsequently,

      the powders were reground and heated to 950 °C under flowing N2 atmosphere for 6 hours to form delafossite

      CuAlO2 particles. To ensure the pure phase of delafossite CuAlO2, trace (excess) CuxO was washed with 1 M

      diluted hydrochloric acid, 11 deionized water and absolute alcohol in sequence several times, and the final products

      were dried in an oven at 80 °C for 24 h.

      1.2 Fabrication of CuAlO2 sensors

      The CuAlO2 slurry was prepared by dispersing the powders in appropriate isopropyl alcohol. CuAlO2 sensors

      were prepared by brushing the above paste onto a thin alumina substrate with micro-interdigital Pt electrodes.

      CuAlO2 films on slide glass substrates were fabricated simultaneously for characterization. After naturally drying,

      the CuAlO2 sensors and films were heated at 350 °C under flowing air atmosphere for 3 hours. Afterwards, the

      samples were treated by Ar&H2 plasma in KT-S2DQX (150 W, 13.56 MHz, (郑州科探仪器设备有限公司)) plasma etching system

      at 10 sccm 4% H2 in Ar and the pressure of ~ 99.8 Pa for 30 min, 60 min and 90 min, herein are referred to as

      pristine, PT-30, PT-60 and PT-90.

      1.3 Characterization and gas sensing test

      CuAlO2 samples were characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD, Rigaku Smartlab), scanning electron

      microscope (SEM, VEGA3 TESCAN), field emission high resolution transmission electron microscope

      (HRTEM, Talos F200X), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS, Thermo Scientific Esca Lab 250Xi

      spectrometer ), photoluminescence (PL, JY Fluorolog-3-Tou) and Electron spin resonance (ESR, JEOL, JES

      FA200 ESR spectrometer ). Mott-Schottky measurements were carried out on an electrochemical work-station

      (Zahner Company, Germany) in 1M NaOH solution (pH=12.5) with frequency of 5000 Hz. Platinum sheet,

      Ag/AgCl electrode and pristine/ PT-30 CuAlO2 samples were used as counter electrode, reference electrode and

      work electrode, respectively. Gas sensing tests were examined in SD101 (Hua Chuang Rui Ke Technology Co.,

      Ltd.) sensing system. The response was defined as ΔR/Ra, ΔR = Rg Ra, where Ra and Rg are sensor resistance in

       

      flowing drying air and synthetic VOCs, respectively. During gas sensing test, the total flow rate of the dry air and

      VOCs gas were adjusted to be 1000 sccm by mass flow controllers (MFCs).

       

      Fig. S1. Cross-sectional SEM image of typical CuAlO2 sensors. The inset shows a low-magnification image.

      The sensing layer is comprised of loosely packed CuAlO2 particles, with a thickness of ~ 15 μm

       

       

      Fig. S2. XRD patterns of pristine and Ar&H2 plasma treated CuAlO2 sensors. Ar&H2 plasma treatment didn’t

      cause any detectable impurity phase. All the samples show a 3R (dominent) and 2H mixed CuAlO2 phase.

       

      Fig. S3. SEM images of pristine (a) and Ar&H2 plasma treated PT-30 (b), PT-60 (c) and PT-90 (d) CuAlO2

      sensors. Except for 90 minitues treated sample (PT-90) with appearance of small nanodots, no obrvious change

      of surface morphology was obervered via Ar&H2 plasma treatment.

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