Special Issue "Novel 2D Material-Based Electrochemical Sensors"

A special issue of Chemosensors (ISSN 2227-9040).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 October 2019

Special Issue Editors

Guest Editor
Dr. Dale A. C. Brownson

Manchester Metropolitan University, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Manchester, United Kingdom
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Interests: electrochemistry; electron transfer; sensors; nanotechnology; fundamental characterization of 2D materials (including graphene); energy generation and storage
Guest Editor
Dr. Christopher W. Foster

Manchester Metropolitan University, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Manchester, United Kingdom
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Interests: screen-printed electrodes; 3D printing; 2D nanomaterials; modified electrode surfaces; energy storage devices; electron transfer
Guest Editor
Prof. Dr. Craig E. Banks

Manchester Metropolitan University, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Manchester, United Kingdom
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Interests: electrochemistry; 3D printing; 2D material electrochemistry; sensor design and development; screen-printing and related sensor fabrication; electron transfer; sono-electrochemistry; nanoparticles

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

In recent years, the exploration of 2D materials has been widely employed to enhance chemically important applications. There have been significant breakthroughs and advancements in a number of fields, one of which is that of electrochemical sensors. In light of this, 2D material-based electrochemical sensors are attractive in terms of their applicability in environmental, biological, forensic and fundamental studies, to name a few.

The focus of this Special Issue is on novel 2D material-based electrochemical sensors, focusing on the incorporation of 2D nanomaterials (such as, graphene, h-BN, MoS2, MoSe2, WS2, WSe2, phosphorene, antimonene, and so on) and their application within electrochemical sensors. We welcome submissions concerning any electrochemical technique, such as voltammetric, amperometric, impedimetric, etc., from either direct and/or indirect electrochemical routes. Furthermore, the approach for incorporating 2D materials into the electrochemical set-up is a critical factor when considering the performance of such analytical devices and hence we strongly encourage contributions from a range of such fabrication routes, including: screen-printed; 3D-printed; electro-deposited; drop-casted; single crystal; thin films; composites. Researchers working in these specific fields are strongly encouraged to submit their work.

Dr. Dale A. C. Brownson
Dr. Christopher W. Foster
Prof. Dr. Craig E. Banks
Guest Editors

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Keywords

  • Electrochemistry 
  • 2D Nanomaterials
  • Sensor design/development 
  • Sensor fabrication 
  • Modified electrode surfaces 
  • Composite electrodes 
  • Analytical methods
  • Electron transfer

Published Papers

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