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Issue 24, 2013

High mobility graphene ion-sensitive field-effect transistors by noncovalent functionalization

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Abstract

Noncovalent functionalization is a well-known nondestructive process for property engineering of carbon nanostructures, including carbon nanotubes and graphene. However, it is not clear to what extend the extraordinary electrical properties of these carbon materials can be preserved during the process. Here, we demonstrated that noncovalent functionalization can indeed delivery graphene field-effect transistors (FET) with fully preserved mobility. In addition, these high-mobility graphene transistors can serve as a promising platform for biochemical sensing applications.

Graphical abstract: High mobility graphene ion-sensitive field-effect transistors by noncovalent functionalization

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Submitted
29 Jul 2013
Accepted
25 Sep 2013
First published
26 Sep 2013

Nanoscale, 2013,5, 12104-12110
Article type
Communication

High mobility graphene ion-sensitive field-effect transistors by noncovalent functionalization

W. Fu, C. Nef, A. Tarasov, M. Wipf, R. Stoop, O. Knopfmacher, M. Weiss, M. Calame and C. Schönenberger, Nanoscale, 2013, 5, 12104 DOI: 10.1039/C3NR03940D

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