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The auto has continuously been as a lot approximately variety as engineering, no longer easily a method of transportation yet a standing image intended to provoke others and undertaking the luck of its proprietor. motor vehicle layout is a complete choice of pictures from ecu, jap, and American vehicle advertisements campaigns of the final fifty years. Lavishly illustrated with over four hundred colour and black and white images of distinctively designed autos, this compendium could be considered as a decade-by-decade chronicle of shopper tradition considering that international conflict II or as an fun examine motor vehicle tradition for fanatics.

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14 Contributions of three types of transduction mechanisms to the actual gas sensitivity to 800 ppm H2 (schematic). Influence of Microstructure on Gas Sensitivity 31 can increase and eventually exceed that by each neck when D becomes sufficiently small. The whole electrical resistance and gas sensitivity will thus be controlled by grains themselves at sufficiently small D. The outer part of each grain is more suscep­ tive to gases than the inner part. This probably explains the increase of gas sensitivity with decreasing D, though quantitative treatments are yet to be done.

19"20 SAWs are generated by electrical excitation of metal interdigitated electrodes deposited onto a piezoelectric substrate. At a given fre­ quency an SAW propagates along a path on the substrate. In silicon technology a ZnO film on top of the silicon substrate is often used as the piezoelectric material. Chemicallysensitive SAW devices are based on reversible changes in acoustic wave propagation veloc­ ity caused by adsorption and desorption of gases in suitable catalytic or sorbent materials.

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