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Vol. 11, Issue 4 (2023)

Role of graphene in many innovative sensor materials

Author(s): R Hema Krishna and AVVS Swamy

Abstract: The objective of the present article is the Role of Graphene in many innovative sensor materials. Graphene is an ideal material for sensors. Every atom in graphene is exposed to its environment allowing it to sense changes in its surroundings. For chemical sensors, the goal is to be able to detect just one molecule of a potentially dangerous substance. Graphene now allows for the creation of micrometre-size sensors capable of detecting individual events on a molecular level. Graphene sensors could boost the effectiveness of monitoring vital crops in the agriculture industry. Farmers would be able to monitor the existence of any harmful gasses which could impact upon crop fields and take relevant action. As graphene sensors are so sensitive it is feasible that they could determine the ideal areas for growing certain crops depending on atmospheric conditions. Graphene detects. Ultra-sensitive sensors made from graphene could detect minute dangerous particles helping to protect potentially dangerous environments. Graphene has been making tremendous influences in several research areas due to its unique physical and chemical properties Graphene-based electrochemical biosensors are the most widely used devices which measure the changed electrical signals caused by the electrons produced by the chemical reactions between the target and biorecognition element. Graphene-based biosensors are expected to show great potential in biological analysis and clinical medicine too.

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How to cite this article:
R Hema Krishna, AVVS Swamy. Role of graphene in many innovative sensor materials. Int J Chem Stud 2023;11(4):08-14.

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