Carbon dioxide gas sensor using a graphene sheet

We report on a high-performance graphene carbon dioxide gas sensor fabricated by mechanical cleavage

Hyeun Joong Yoon; Do Han Jun; Jin Ho Yang; Zhixian Zhou; Sang Sik Yang; Mark Ming-Cheng Cheng

2011

Scholarcy highlights

  • We report on a high-performance graphene carbon dioxide gas sensor fabricated by mechanical cleavage
  • Unlike other solid-state gas sensors, the graphene sensor can be operated under ambient conditions and at room temperature
  • Changes in the device conductance are measured for various concentrations of CO2 gas adsorbed on the surface of graphene
  • His research interest is focused on device fabrication and electrical transport studies of nanometer-scaled materials including carbon nanotubes, graphene, and nanowires
  • His research interests include graphene nanodevices, biomedical microdevices, and micro/nanofabrication

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