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UV sensor based on Titanium dioxide (TiO)natotubes
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The ultraviolet spectrum has both beneficial and damaging effects to humans. High ultraviolet (UV) intensity areas can be found in laboratories, hospitals and industries where UV instruments are used. People who are exposed to high doses of UV light are at risk due to the mutagenic effect of UV. UV sensor which is able to detect and provide fast information about leakage of UV light is an essential working tool for these people. These are various types of UV light sensors in the market. UV sensors are commonly fabricated based on semiconductor compounds such as GaP, AIGaN and SiC. The raw materials for these compounds are expensive and techniques used to grow the compounds are complicated.

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School of Physics, Main Campus Universiti Sains Malaysia
11800 Minden
Pulau Pinang
Malaysia

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Dr Yam Fong Kwong
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yamfk@usm.my