Self-Activated Transparent All-Graphene Gas Sensor with Endurance to Humidity and Mechanical Bending.

@article{Kim2015SelfActivatedTA,
  title={Self-Activated Transparent All-Graphene Gas Sensor with Endurance to Humidity and Mechanical Bending.},
  author={Yeon Hoo Kim and Sang Jin Kim and Yong-Jin Kim and Yeong-Seok Shim and Soo Young Kim and Byung Hee Hong and Ho Won Jang},
  journal={ACS nano},
  year={2015},
  volume={9 10},
  pages={10453-60}
}
Graphene is considered as one of leading candidates for gas sensor applications in the Internet of Things owing to its unique properties such as high sensitivity to gas adsorption, transparency, and flexibility. We present self-activated operation of all graphene gas sensors with high transparency and flexibility. The all-graphene gas sensors which consist of graphene for both sensor electrodes and active sensing area exhibit highly sensitive, selective, and reversible responses to NO2 without… CONTINUE READING

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