Chemical Sensing Applications of ZnO Nanomaterials
AbstractRecent advancement in nanoscience and nanotechnology has witnessed numerous triumphs of zinc oxide (ZnO) nanomaterials due to their various exotic and multifunctional properties and wide applications. As a remarkable and functional material, ZnO has attracted extensive scientific and technological attention, as it combines different properties such as high specific surface area, biocompatibility, electrochemical activities, chemical and photochemical stability, high-electron communicating features, non-toxicity, ease of syntheses, and so on. Because of its various interesting properties, ZnO nanomaterials have been used for various applications ranging from electronics to optoelectronics, sensing to biomedical and environmental applications. Further, due to the high electrochemical activities and electron communication features, ZnO nanomaterials are considered as excellent candidates for electrochemical sensors. The present review meticulously introduces the current advancements of ZnO nanomaterial-based chemical sensors. Various operational factors such as the effect of size, morphologies, compositions and their respective working mechanisms along with the selectivity, sensitivity, detection limit, stability, etc., are discussed in this article. View Full-Text
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Chaudhary, S.; Umar, A.; Bhasin, K.K.; Baskoutas, S. Chemical Sensing Applications of ZnO Nanomaterials. Materials 2018, 11, 287.
Chaudhary S, Umar A, Bhasin KK, Baskoutas S. Chemical Sensing Applications of ZnO Nanomaterials. Materials. 2018; 11(2):287.Chicago/Turabian Style
Chaudhary, Savita; Umar, Ahmad; Bhasin, K. K.; Baskoutas, Sotirios. 2018. "Chemical Sensing Applications of ZnO Nanomaterials." Materials 11, no. 2: 287.
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