Biomarkers Detection on Hydrogenated Graphene Surfaces: Towards Applications of Graphane in Biosensing
- Shu Min Tan, Zdeněk Sofer, Martin Pumera*
Graphane, the hydrogenated form of graphene, is a material of significant interest. Here we compare properties of hydrogenated graphene and ordinary graphene used for electrochemical oxidation of important biomarkers, such as ascorbic acid, dopamine and uric acid.
Emerging mono-elemental 2D nanomaterials for electrochemical sensing applications: From borophene to bismuthene
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