Carbon Nanotube Paper-Based Electroanalytical Devices
AbstractHere, we report on carbon nanotube paper-based electroanalytical devices. A highly aligned-carbon nanotube (HA-CNT) array, grown using chemical vapor deposition (CVD), was processed to form bi-layered paper with an integrated cellulose-based Origami-chip as the electroanalytical device. We used an inverse-ordered fabrication method from a thick carbon nanotube (CNT) sheet to a thin CNT sheet. A 200-layered HA-CNT sheet and a 100-layered HA-CNT sheet are explored as a working electrode. The device was fabricated using the following methods: (1) cellulose-based paper was patterned using a wax printer, (2) electrical connection was made using a silver ink-based circuit printer, and (3) three electrodes were stacked on a 2D Origami cell. Electrochemical behavior was evaluated using electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) and cyclic voltammetry (CV). We believe that this platform could attract a great deal of interest for use in various chemical and biomedical applications. View Full-Text
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Koo, Y.; Shanov, V.N.; Yun, Y. Carbon Nanotube Paper-Based Electroanalytical Devices. Micromachines 2016, 7, 72.
Koo Y, Shanov VN, Yun Y. Carbon Nanotube Paper-Based Electroanalytical Devices. Micromachines. 2016; 7(4):72.Chicago/Turabian Style
Koo, Youngmi; Shanov, Vesselin N.; Yun, Yeoheung. 2016. "Carbon Nanotube Paper-Based Electroanalytical Devices." Micromachines 7, no. 4: 72.
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