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XRD spectrum of MOCVD-grown InN nanobelts (the inset shows SEM images of the nanobelts).
characteristics of both uncoated and Pt-coated InN nanobelts in ambient (top) and the change in current from Pt-coated InN nanobelts at different concentrations.
Relative response of Pt-coated InN nanobelts exposed to a series of concentrations (20–300 ppm) in ambient for 10 min at room temperature.
Arrhenius plot of rate of resistance change (the inset shows the temperature dependence of resistance from Pt-coated multiple InN nanobelts exposed to 200 ppm ).
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