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It was demonstrated that reproducible gas-sensitive silicon Schottky sensors could be produced after terminating the silicon surface with an oxide layer [71, 72]. This interfacial oxide layer permits the device to function as a sensor, but also as a diode, as the charge carriers can tunnel through the insulating layer.
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