Current Trends in Sensors Based on Conducting Polymer Nanomaterials
AbstractConducting polymers represent an important class of functional organic materials for next-generation electronic and optical devices. Advances in nanotechnology allow for the fabrication of various conducting polymer nanomaterials through synthesis methods such as solid-phase template synthesis, molecular template synthesis, and template-free synthesis. Nanostructured conducting polymers featuring high surface area, small dimensions, and unique physical properties have been widely used to build various sensor devices. Many remarkable examples have been reported over the past decade. The enhanced sensitivity of conducting polymer nanomaterials toward various chemical/biological species and external stimuli has made them ideal candidates for incorporation into the design of sensors. However, the selectivity and stability still leave room for improvement. View Full-Text
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Yoon, H. Current Trends in Sensors Based on Conducting Polymer Nanomaterials. Nanomaterials 2013, 3, 524-549.
Yoon H. Current Trends in Sensors Based on Conducting Polymer Nanomaterials. Nanomaterials. 2013; 3(3):524-549.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yoon, Hyeonseok. 2013. "Current Trends in Sensors Based on Conducting Polymer Nanomaterials." Nanomaterials 3, no. 3: 524-549.