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Graphene versus carbon nanotubes for chemical sensor and fuel cell applications

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Abstract

Graphene, an atomically thin layer of sp2 hybridized carbon, has emerged as a promising new nanomaterial for a variety of exciting applications including chemical sensors and catalyst supports. In this article, we survey modern methods of graphene production and functionalization with an emphasis on the development of chemical sensors and fuel cell electrodes with brief comparisons to state-of-the-art carbon nanotube-based systems.

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The article was received on 23 Apr 2010, accepted on 26 Jul 2010 and first published on 24 Aug 2010


Article type: Critical Review
DOI: 10.1039/C0AN00262C
Citation: Analyst, 2010,135, 2790-2797
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    Graphene versus carbon nanotubes for chemical sensor and fuel cell applications

    D. R. Kauffman and A. Star, Analyst, 2010, 135, 2790
    DOI: 10.1039/C0AN00262C

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