Special Issue "Nanomaterials for Sensors"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2021).
Interests: electrochemiluminescence; sensors; thin films; electrochemistry
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Special Issue in Molecules: Nanomaterials for Electrocatalytic Applications
Special Issue in Sensors: Electroanalytical Applications of Functional Materials
Nanomaterials have attracted considerable attention in many technological fields, one of them the electroanalytical field in which tailored nanostructured materials deposited on electrode surfaces enhance sensitivity and confer proper selectivity. This has led to the development of chemically modified electrodes, sensors, and biosensors for the detection of a variety of analytes of interest in medical diagnostics, environmental monitoring, etc.. This Special Issue aims at collecting reviews and recent papers on the latest developments of nanomaterials (metal nanoparticles, polymers and polymer composites, carbon nanomaterials, and enzymes) and their use in electroanalytical applications.Dr. Paolo Bertoncello
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- chemically modified electrodes
- enzymes, biosensors
- voltammetric sensors
- carbon nanomaterials