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Graphene News — graphene sensor

Graphene/polymer pressure sensors compete with existing technology

Marko Spasenovic

Graphene/polymer pressure sensors compete with existing technology

A team of scientists from the University of Manchester and Graphenea have produced pressure sensors based on graphene/polymer heterostructures that compete with existing technology. Two types of sensors were made, the first sustaining large maximum load up to 250 kPa, the other yielding unprecedented pressure sensitivity of 123 aF Pa-1...

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Graphene field effect transistor biosensors

Marko Spasenovic

Graphene field effect transistor biosensors

Graphene and other 2D materials are excellent candidates for use in biosensing, due to a multitude of favorable properties. The 2D nature of the materials in itself provides intrinsic advantages, because the entire material volume acts as a sensing surface. Furthermore, graphene provides excellent mechanical strength, biocompatibility, thermal and electrical...

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