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Enabling Inkjet Printed Graphene for Ion Selective Electrodes with Postprint Thermal Annealing

TitleEnabling Inkjet Printed Graphene for Ion Selective Electrodes with Postprint Thermal Annealing
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsHe, Q, Das, SR, Garland, NT, Jing, DP, Hondred, JA, Cargill, AA, Ding, SW, Karunakaran, C, Claussen, JC
Journal Interfaces
Volume9
Pagination12719-12727
Date Published04
Type of ArticleArticle
ISBN Number1944-8244
Accession NumberWOS:000399354100064
Keywordsascorbic-acid, carbon nanotubes, electrochemical biosensors, films, Graphene, inkjet printing, ion selective electrode, Materials Science, nitrogen-doped graphene, oxide, potassium, potentiometric sensors, potentiometry, solid-contact, Technology - Other Topics, thermal annealing, transducers, uric-acid
Abstract

erspiration. Thus, the IPG ISE shows potential for potassium detection in a wide variety of human fluids including plasma, serum, and sweat.

DOI10.1021/acsami.7b00092
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Alternate JournalACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces