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Graphene electronic sensors – review of recent developments and future challenges

Graphene electronic sensors – review of recent developments and future challenges

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Electronic sensors based on graphene have a high potential in many applications, due to the unique properties of the graphene material. This study is a review where the authors discuss the properties of graphene which are useful to sensing applications and they report and describe different types of graphene electronic sensors: biological, mechanical, gas and chemical sensors. They also discuss the ways to functionalise graphene and the used device structures. They compare the performance of the main types of biological, mechanical and chemical sensors. Finally, they explain the future challenges of graphene-based sensors, in order to make graphene sensing systems and smart sensors, which would be their main breakthrough application.

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