The development of technologies that can accurately and effectively detect volatile organic compounds (VOCs) has broad application prospects in the fields of environmental gas monitoring and non-invasive disease diagnosis
Carbon nanotubes, graphene, MXene and other carbon-based nanomaterials have become the research hotspots of high-performance VOCs gas sensing materials due to their unique physical structure, excellent electrical properties and tunability of surface properties
In addition, the good mechanical flexibility of carbon-based nanomaterials enables carbon-based nanomaterials to support the design of new gas sensing platforms and place carbon-based nanomaterials at the forefront of sensing materials for wearable applications
In recent years, with the improvement of carbon-based nanomaterial preparation technology and the enhancement of human health awareness, the new work of VOCs detection devices realized by carbon-based nanomaterials has been extensively studied
Based on these important developments, Professor Li Yang published a review article titled " Carbon-Based Nanomaterials for the Detection of Volatile Organic Compounds: A Review " in Carbon-Based Nanomaterials for the Detection of Volatile Organic Compounds: A Review in Carbon-Based Nanomaterials.
VOCs gas sensors and their potential applications in environmental gas monitoring and non-invasive disease diagnosis
This review first briefly introduces the related sensing mechanism of carbon-based nanomaterial VOCs gas sensor
Then, by introducing some representative examples, it focuses on the effective strategy of using carbon nanotubes, graphene, MXene and other carbon-based nanomaterials to construct high-performance VOCs gas sensors, and emphasizes the role of carbon-based nanomaterials in VOCs gas sensing.
The important role and superiority
of In addition, the article also evaluated the applicability of VOCs gas sensors constructed using carbon-based nanomaterials in environmental gas monitoring and non-invasive disease diagnosis applications
Finally, this review summarizes the challenges and limitations of the existing gas sensor development, and looks forward to the development prospects of carbon-based nanomaterial VOCs gas sensors
This review will help researchers deeply understand the working mechanism of VOCs gas sensors based on carbon-based nanomaterials, and will help and inspire the research work of using carbon-based materials to design high-performance VOCs gas sensors
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