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Nanoporous carbon as a sensing platform for DNA detection : the use of impedance spectroscopy for hairpin-DNA based assay
Nanoporous carbons represent well defined materials with large surface area, defined porosity, high electrical conductivity and fast heterogeneous electron transfer rates. These materials are seldom used for sensing and ...
Noble metal (Pd, Ru, Rh, Pt, Au, Ag) doped graphene hybrids for electrocatalysis
Metal decorated graphene materials are highly important for catalysis. In this work, noble metal doped-graphene hybrids were prepared by a simple and scalable method. The thermal reductions of metal doped-graphite oxide ...
Graphene oxide reduction by standard industrial reducing agent : thiourea dioxide
The current fabrication methods of pristine graphene are not feasible for bulk production. The closest approach, which is through chemical reduction of graphene oxide to chemically reduced graphene oxide that resembles ...
Renewal of sp2 bonds in graphene oxides via dehydrobromination
Graphene-based materials are emerging to become one of the most exciting candidates for various applications. There has been a keen interest in developing methods that will not only result in their bulk production, but ...
Liquid–liquid interface motion of a capsule motor powered by the interlayer Marangoni effect
A novel thin capsule motor has been described in this report. It utilizes the Marangoni effect for the solid capsule to run at a water–oil interlayer, which has not been reported previously. Intrinsic and environment factors ...