Carbon Dots-Based Logic Gates

This review focuses on different logic functions based on the sensing abilities of Carbon dots and their synthesis

Shweta Pawar; Hamootal Duadi; Yafit Fleger; Dror Fixler

2021

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  • Carbon dots-based logic gates are smart nanoprobes that can respond to various analytes such as metal cations, anions, amino acids, pesticides, antioxidants, etc
  • This review focuses on different logic functions based on the sensing abilities of CDs and their synthesis
  • We cover the advancement in CDs-based logic gates with the focus of understanding the fundamentals of how CDs have the potential for performing various logic functions depending upon their different categories
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