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BPN843: Non-Enzymatic Electrochemical Sensors Based on Wearable Carbon Textile

Project ID BPN843
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Start Date Tue 2016-Aug-23 21:00:30
Last Updated Tue 2017-Aug-15 11:48:51
Abstract Nowadays, electrochemical sensors play an important role in wide range of potential applications, especially in point-of-care applications for real-time human physiology monitoring. Considerable efforts have been devoted not only to improve their sensitivity, response time, stability and biocompatibility but also to develop new materials which enable the researchers to create smarter multifunctional devices. In this regard, flexible textiles such as carbon fiber sheet-integrated electrodes are promising materials due to their good conductivity, low-cost, biocompatibility and stability even under harsh environmental conditions. In this study, flexible carbon-based textile incorporating electroactive species are being developed as the electrode for electrochemical sensor and biosensor applications.
Status Continuing
Funding Source NSF
IAB Research Area NanoTechnology: Materials, Processes & Devices
Researcher(s) Hu Long, Sinem Ortaboy
Advisor(s) Roya Maboudian, Carlo Carraro
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