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BPN720: Selective Chemical Detection with Full Atom-Thick Material Platform

Project ID BPN720
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Start Date Wed 2013-Aug-14 20:03:10
Last Updated Tue 2013-Aug-20 10:46:19
Abstract Selective chemical sensing has a wide range of application in health and environmental monitoring. A small and flexible sensor that can detect a wide range of chemicals with precision can enable a host of new inventions, including clothing that detects environmental pollutants and soldier helmets that sense hazardous gases. Two-dimensional materials, such as graphene and molydenum disulfide, have many sought-after properties that will enable the creation of such a sensor. This project utilizes theses unique properties, such as high electron mobility and voltage-tunable optical response, to create a platform that contains an array of functionalized chemical sensors and full 2D material circuits.
Status New
Funding Source Federal
IAB Research Area NanoTechnology: Materials, Processes & Devices
Researcher(s) Joanne C. Lo
Advisor(s) Albert P. Pisano
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