Graphene for electrochemical sensing and biosensing
Chng, Elaine Lay Khim
Poh, Hwee Ling
Date of Issue2010
School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Graphene has proved to be an excellent nanomaterial for applications in electrochemistry. We review progress in constructing high-performance electrochemical sensors and biosensors. We also discuss: •different routes for graphene fabrication; •graphene-modified electrodes and graphene-composite electrodes for sensing, including those based on ionic liquids; •incorporation of biorecognition elements into graphene-based electrodes; and, •graphene-supported electrocatalytic nanoparticle-based electrochemical sensors and biosensors.
Trends in analytical chemistry
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