Graphene Hybrid Architectures for Chemical Sensors

Sahatiya, P and Badhulika, Sushmee (2016) Graphene Hybrid Architectures for Chemical Sensors. In: Graphene-based Materials in Health and Environment: New Paradigms. Carbon Nanostructures, IV . Springer International Publishing, pp. 259-285. ISBN 978-3-319-45639-3

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Graphene, one atom thick allotrope of carbon, has enabled researchers to a new era of exploration due to its unique properties. Graphene is considered to be mother of all carbon materials with excellent electrical, mechanical, optical, and thermal properties that made its use for various engineering applications. Graphene and graphene hybrids have proved over the last decade to be promising material for chemical sensors. High surface-to-volume ratio coupled with high conductivity enabled graphene-based sensors to perform well with high accuracy, high sensitivity and selectivity, low detection limits and long-term stability. To further enhance the properties of graphene, graphene-based hybrids have been synthesized for its use as transducing element in various chemical sensors such as gas and biosensors. These hybrids exhibit the synergistic benefit for both the material for fabrication of efficient sensors with enhanced performance. This chapter focuses on synthesis, characterization and applications of various graphene hybrids in chemical sensors.

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Badhulika, SushmeeUNSPECIFIED
Item Type: Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords: Graphene, Graphene hybrids, Functionalized graphene, Chemical sensors, Electrochemical sensors, Biosensors
Subjects: Others > Electricity
Chemical Engineering > Technology of industrial chemicals
Divisions: Department of Electrical Engineering
Depositing User: Team Library
Date Deposited: 19 Dec 2016 04:24
Last Modified: 30 Aug 2017 09:29
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