Iron-Based Nanomaterials/Graphene Composites for Advanced Electrochemical Sensors
AbstractIron oxide nanostructures (IONs) in combination with graphene or its derivatives—e.g., graphene oxide and reduced graphene oxide—hold great promise toward engineering of efficient nanocomposites for enhancing the performance of advanced devices in many applicative fields. Due to the peculiar electrical and electrocatalytic properties displayed by composite structures in nanoscale dimensions, increasing efforts have been directed in recent years toward tailoring the properties of IONs-graphene based nanocomposites for developing more efficient electrochemical sensors. In the present feature paper, we first reviewed the various routes for synthesizing IONs-graphene nanostructures, highlighting advantages, disadvantages and the key synthesis parameters for each method. Then, a comprehensive discussion is presented in the case of application of IONs-graphene based composites in electrochemical sensors for the determination of various kinds of (bio)chemical substances. View Full-Text
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Movlaee, K.; Ganjali, M.R.; Norouzi, P.; Neri, G. Iron-Based Nanomaterials/Graphene Composites for Advanced Electrochemical Sensors. Nanomaterials 2017, 7, 406.
Movlaee K, Ganjali MR, Norouzi P, Neri G. Iron-Based Nanomaterials/Graphene Composites for Advanced Electrochemical Sensors. Nanomaterials. 2017; 7(12):406.Chicago/Turabian Style
Movlaee, Kaveh; Ganjali, Mohmmad R.; Norouzi, Parviz; Neri, Giovanni. 2017. "Iron-Based Nanomaterials/Graphene Composites for Advanced Electrochemical Sensors." Nanomaterials 7, no. 12: 406.
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