Special Issue "Recent Advances in Graphene-Based Sensors"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 January 2022) | Viewed by 1356
Interests: FEA modelling; FRP composites; nano coatings; MEMS; graphene-base sensors; renewable energy devices
Interests: FRP Composites; FEA modelling; adhesive joining; nanocomposites; structural health monitoring
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The fabrication and characterisation of graphene have been intensively investigated over the past decade, and the unique two-dimensional structure makes it an ideal candidate for sensors. Due to its planar shape, chemical structure, and excellent conductivity, graphene has shown many advantages compared to other nanomaterials in the construction of sensors. The extremely high surface-to-volume ratio at atomic thickness makes it particularly sensitive to changes in local environmental conditions. On a single graphene sheet, all carbon atoms interact directly with the analytes, which promote higher sensitivity and result in the fabrication of improved sensors. The superior electrical and thermal conductivities of graphene in a blended composite have the potential to convert the nonelectrically conductive matrix into a conductor due to the quantum tunnel effects, and this advantage makes it possible to transform the external stimulation into the change of electrical/thermal conductivities. In recent years, a broad range of graphene-based sensors has been demonstrated with applications in bio-sensing, chemical and environmental sensing, radiological sensing, mechanical sensing, and many more. In this Special Issue, you are invited to submit research papers and review articles focused on the 1) developments of low-cost and highly sensitive graphene-based sensors, and on the 2) numerical modelling of graphene-based sensors.
We look forward to receiving your submissions!
Dr. Maozhou Meng
Dr. Marzena Pawlik
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