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Molecularly engineered graphene surfaces for sensing applications: A review.
journal contributionposted on 2015-02-15, 00:00 authored by J Liu, Zhen Liu, Colin BarrowColin Barrow, Wenrong YangWenrong Yang
Graphene is scientifically and commercially important because of its unique molecular structure which is monoatomic in thickness, rigorously two-dimensional and highly conjugated. Consequently, graphene exhibits exceptional electrical, optical, thermal and mechanical properties. Herein, we critically discuss the surface modification of graphene, the specific advantages that graphene-based materials can provide over other materials in sensor research and their related chemical and electrochemical properties. Furthermore, we describe the latest developments in the use of these materials for sensing technology, including chemical sensors and biosensors and their applications in security, environmental safety and diseases detection and diagnosis.
JournalAnalytica Chimica Acta
Pagination1 - 19
LocationAmsterdam, The Netherlands
Publication classificationC Journal article; C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal
Copyright notice2015, Elsevier
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BiosensorsChemical sensorsGrapheneScience & TechnologyPhysical SciencesChemistry, AnalyticalChemistryNITROGEN-DOPED GRAPHENEHIGH-PERFORMANCE SUPERCAPACITORULTRASENSITIVE ELECTROCHEMICAL DETECTIONEXFOLIATED GRAPHITE OXIDESCREEN-PRINTED ELECTRODEFIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTORSGLASSY-CARBON ELECTRODEHIGH-YIELD PRODUCTIONTURN-ON DETECTIONFUNCTIONALIZED GRAPHENE