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A review of gas sensors based on carbon nanomaterial

  • Carbon Letters
  • Abbr : Carbon Lett.
  • 2022, 32(2), pp.339-364
  • DOI : 10.1007/s42823-021-00276-9
  • Publisher : Korean Carbon Society
  • Research Area : Natural Science > Natural Science General > Other Natural Sciences General
  • Received : July 11, 2021
  • Accepted : August 10, 2021
  • Published : March 1, 2022

Raya Indah 1 Kzar Hamzah H. 2 Mahmoud Zaid Hameed 3 Al Ayub Ahmed Alim 4 Ibatova Aygul Z. 5 Kianfar Ehsan 6

1Chemistry Department, Faculty Mathematics and Natural Science, Hasanuddin University
2Department of Chemistry, College of Veterinary Medicine, Al-Qasim Green University
3Chemistry Department, College of Science, Diyala University
4School of Accounting, Jiujiang University
5Tyumen Industrial University
6Department of Chemical Engineering, Arak Branch, Islamic Azad University

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ABSTRACT

As a new nanostructure, a graphene is a compound of carbon atoms with a two-dimensional structure that has attracted the attention of many nanoscale researchers due to its novel physical and chemical properties. The presence of all graphene atoms in the surface and its unique electrical properties, as well as the ability to functionalize and combine with another nanomaterial, has introduced graphene as a new and suitable candidate material for gas sensing. Over the years, many researchers have turned their attention to carbon nanomaterial. The unique optical, mechanical, and electronic properties of these nanostructures have led them to use these nanomaterials to develop tiny devices, such as low-consumption sensors. Carbon nanomaterial poses a threat to another nanomaterial in terms of their use in gas sensors. This review article discusses the use of carbon nanoparticles and graphene in gas sensors, examines the nodes in the commercialization pathway of these compounds, and presents the latest achievements. Finally, the perspectives of the challenges and opportunities in the field of sensors based on carbon nanomaterial and graphene are examined.

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