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Advanced Nanomaterials for Sensing Applications
Advanced nanomaterials (e.g., metal–organic frameworks, noble metal nanoparticles, semiconductor quantum dots) exhibit numerous unique properties such as size-dependent opto-electronic features, a high surface area to volume ratio, robust and stable structures, pendent functional groups, discrete signal output, and excellent sensitivity. These properties enable the aforementioned nanomaterials to be used in the design and development of sensors for the detection of numerous targets, such as heavy metals, organic pollutants, pathogenic microbes, biomarkers, metabolites, etc. Further, these targets can be detected using various sensing methodologies such as electrochemical detection, optical, fluorescence, surface plasmon resonance, colorimetry, etc. In view of the diverse properties and sensing applications of the new nanostructured materials, we cordially invite you to contribute to this Topic entitled, “Advanced Nanomaterials for Sensing Applications”. The major goal of this topic is to collect very recent findings (original research, communications, or review articles) and developments in the synthesis and sensing applications of advanced nanomaterials (e.g., metal–organic frameworks, noble metal nanoparticles, transition metals and metal oxides, semiconductor inorganic nanocrystals, carbon-based nanomaterials). Prospective authors may consider the various sensing applications of the above-mentioned nanomaterial categories for the detection of this catalysis, the sensing of diverse targets (e.g., environmental pollutants, microbes, pathogens, explosives, biomarkers, metabolites).
Prof. Dr. Ki-Hyun Kim
Dr. Deepak Kukkar
- advanced materials
- optical sensing
- electrochemical sensing
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