Phosphorene and black phosphorus for sensing and biosensing
- Martin Pumera*
Two dimensional (2D) materials exhibit highly useful materials properties. Graphene, single sheet transition metals dichalcogenides found plethora applications in various fields, including analytical chemistry. Layered black phosphorus and its single sheet variation (phosphorene) became popular material very recently due to its monoelemental composition, biocompatibility, electrochemical properties, tunable bandgap and resulting optical properties. Here we describe progress which was made towards analytical applications of black phosphorus and its single sheet counterpart, phosphorene. (C) 2017 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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