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Graphene sensors for ammonia detection

Marko Spasenovic

Graphene sensors for ammonia detection

MIT and Graphenea have developed an array of graphene sensors for sensitive and selective detection of ammonia. The array consists of 160 graphene pixels, allowing large statistics that result in improved sensing performance.  The sensors are extensively tested for various real-life operational conditions, which is a step forward to practical...

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Project NanoGraM propels applications of suspended graphene membranes

Marko Spasenovic

Project NanoGraM propels applications of suspended graphene membranes

Graphenea and partners have successfully completed project NanoGraM that pushed the limits of nano/microelectromechanical (NEMS/MEMS) devices based on graphene. The project focused on three specific device concepts for potential future products: Graphene microphones Graphene-membrane pressure sensors Graphene-membrane Hall sensors The target markets for these devices include portable electronics (smartphones, laptops),...

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Graphene bioelectronics

Marko Spasenovic

Graphene bioelectronics

Due to its unique structure and amazing physicochemical properties including high chemical inertness, large specific surface area, high electric conductivity, mechanical flexibility, and biocompatibility, graphene holds great potential for bioelectronic implants. One of the prominent uses of graphene in bioelectronics is recording of electrical signals from body parts, such as...

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Graphene (GFET) Chemical Sensors

Marko Spasenovic

Graphene (GFET) Chemical Sensors

From toxic leaks in industrial facilities to administering drugs in medical clinics, there is always a real need to quickly and effectively detect chemicals which are normally invisible to the naked eye. Huge strides in chemical sensing technology over recent years have enabled more efficient detection of lower concentrations of...

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Graphene Biosensors

Marko Spasenovic

Graphene Biosensors

A biosensor is a device which measures biological or chemical reactions by creating an electrical output response that is proportional to the concentration of a particular substance (or analyte) within that reaction. They are used in a wide range of areas including medical treatment, environmental surveys, food control, forensics and...

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