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Reference type: Book Chapter
Authors: Kong H, Dawidczyk TJ, Ozgun R, Andreou AG, Katz HE
Publication date: 2013
Chapter title: Printed Organic Electronic Sensors.
Page numbers: 191-216.
DOI: 10.1007/5346_2012_30

Book title: Autonomous Sensor Networks
Editors: Filippini D
Publisher: Springer
City: Berlin Heidelberg
ISBN: 978-3-642-34647-7
Series title: Springer Series on Chemical Sensors and Biosensors
Volume number: 13

Abstract: There has been great progress recently in the use of organic and carbon-based materials as the active conductors in electronic sensors for chemical species (analytes). Three principal classes of such materials are conjugated oligomers/polymers, carbon nanotubes, and molecularly imprinted polymers. These materials may be equipped with receptor subunits for analyte binding specificity, and show changed conductances when analytes bind or adsorb. There has been further advancement in the assembly of devices based on these materials into circuit elements that provide output suitable for data processing and networking. Examples of sensors based on these principles, and the mechanisms by which they transduce chemical to electrical information, are reviewed in this chapter
Author keywords: carbon nanotubes, chemical sensors, molecular imprinting, Organic transistors, Organic semiconductors

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