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Centimeter-long and large-scale micropatterns of reduced graphene oxide films : fabrication and sensing applications
Recently, the field-effect transistors (FETs) with graphene as the conducting channels have been used as a promising chemical and biological sensors. However, the lack of low cost and reliable and large-scale preparation ...
Interfacing live cells with nanocarbon substrates
Nanocarbon materials, including single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) and graphene, promise various novel biomedical applications (e.g., nanoelectronic biosensing). In this Letter, we study the ability of SWCNT networks ...
Hybrid fibers made of molybdenum disulfide, reduced graphene oxide, and multi-walled carbon nanotubes for solid-state, flexible, asymmetric supercapacitors
One of challenges existing in fiber-based supercapacitors is how to achieve high energy density without compromising their rate stability. Owing to their unique physical, electronic, and electrochemical properties, ...
Transparent, flexible, all-reduced graphene oxide thin film transistors
Owing to their unique thickness-dependent electronic properties, together with perfect flexibility and transparency, graphene and its relatives make fantastic material for use in both active channel and electrodes in various ...
Memory devices using a mixture of MoS2 and graphene oxide as the active layer
A mixed film consisting of 2D MoS2 and graphene oxide (GO) nanosheets is used to fabricate memory devices. The conductive MoS2 component in the MoS2-GO film increases the film conductivity, thus facilitating oxygen migration ...
Fabrication of ultralong hybrid microfibers from nanosheets of reduced graphene oxide and transition-metal dichalcogenides and their application as supercapacitors
Two-dimensional materials have attracted increasing research interest owing to their unique electronic, physical, optical, and mechanical properties. We thus developed a general strategy for the fabrication of ultralong ...