Carbon Nanotube-Based Chemiresistive Sensors
AbstractThe development of simple and low-cost chemical sensors is critically important for improving human life. Many types of chemical sensors have been developed. Among them, the chemiresistive sensors receive particular attention because of their simple structure, the ease of high precise measurement and the low cost. This review mainly focuses on carbon nanotube (CNT)-based chemiresistive sensors. We first describe the properties of CNTs and the structure of CNT chemiresistive sensors. Next, the sensing mechanism and the performance parameters of the sensors are discussed. Then, we detail the status of the CNT chemiresistive sensors for detection of different analytes. Lastly, we put forward the remaining challenges for CNT chemiresistive sensors and outlook the possible opportunity for CNT chemiresistive sensors in the future. View Full-Text
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Tang, R.; Shi, Y.; Hou, Z.; Wei, L. Carbon Nanotube-Based Chemiresistive Sensors. Sensors 2017, 17, 882.
Tang R, Shi Y, Hou Z, Wei L. Carbon Nanotube-Based Chemiresistive Sensors. Sensors. 2017; 17(4):882.Chicago/Turabian Style
Tang, Ruixian; Shi, Yongji; Hou, Zhongyu; Wei, Liangming. 2017. "Carbon Nanotube-Based Chemiresistive Sensors." Sensors 17, no. 4: 882.
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