Researchers from Osaka University have created porous titanium dioxide ceramic thin films, at high temperatures and room temperature. The thin ceramic films strongly adhere to glass and plastic surfaces. Gas sensing performance is dramatically improved compared with nonporous titanium-based sensors. The adherent porous films will be useful in many useful applications, such as viral detection and as whitening agents.
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