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Title: Cost Effective Synthesis of Graphene Nanomaterials for Non-Enzymatic Electrochemical Sensors for Glucose: A Comprehensive Review
Authors: Balkourani, G.
Damartzis, T.
Brouzgou, A.
Tsiakaras, P.
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: MDPI
MDPI AG
Citation: Cost Effective Synthesis of Graphene Nanomaterials for Non-Enzymatic Electrochemical Sensors for Glucose: A Comprehensive Review / G. Balkourani, T. Damartzis, A. Brouzgou et al. // Sensors. — 2022. — Vol. 22. — Iss. 1. — 355.
Abstract: The high conductivity of graphene material (or its derivatives) and its very large surface area enhance the direct electron transfer, improving non-enzymatic electrochemical sensors sensitivity and its other characteristics. The offered large pores facilitate analyte transport enabling glucose detection even at very low concentration values. In the current review paper we classified the enzymeless graphene-based glucose electrocatalysts’ synthesis methods that have been followed into the last few years into four main categories: (i) direct growth of graphene (or oxides) on metallic substrates, (ii) in-situ growth of metallic nanoparticles into graphene (or oxides) matrix, (iii) laser-induced graphene electrodes and (iv) polymer functionalized graphene (or oxides) electrodes. The increment of the specific surface area and the high degree reduction of the electrode internal resistance were recognized as their common targets. Analyzing glucose electrooxidation mechanism over Cu-Co-and Ni-(oxide)/graphene (or derivative) electrocatalysts, we deduced that glucose electrochemical sensing properties, such as sensitivity, detection limit and linear detection limit, totally depend on the route of the mass and charge transport between metal(II)/metal(III); and so both (specific area and internal resistance) should have the optimum values. © 2022 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland.
Keywords: COBALT OXIDE NANOMATERIAL
COPPER OXIDE NANOMATERIAL
DIRECT GROWTH
ELECTROCHEMICAL SENSOR
GLUCOSE ELECTROOXI-DATION MECHANISM
GRAPHENE-BASED NANOMATERIALS
IN-SITU GROWTH
LASER-INDUCED
NICKEL OXIDE NANOMATERIAL
POLYMER FUNCTIONALIZED
REDUCED GRAPHENE OXIDE
SYNTHESIS
COBALT COMPOUNDS
COPPER OXIDES
COST EFFECTIVENESS
ELECTROCATALYSTS
ELECTROCHEMICAL ELECTRODES
ELECTROCHEMICAL SENSORS
ELECTROOXIDATION
GLUCOSE
GRAPHENE
GRAPHITE ELECTRODES
METALS
NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS
REDUCTION
SUBSTRATES
SYNTHESIS (CHEMICAL)
COBALT OXIDE NANOMATERIAL
COPPER OXIDE NANOMATERIAL
DIRECT GROWTH
FUNCTIONALIZED
GLUCOSE ELECTROOXI-DATION MECHANISM
GRAPHENE-BASED NANOMATERIAL
IN-SITU GROWTH
LASER INDUCED
NICKEL OXIDE NANOMATERIAL
POLYMER FUNCTIONALIZED
REDUCED GRAPHENE OXIDES
NICKEL OXIDE
GLUCOSE
GRAPHITE
NANOMATERIAL
OXIDE
COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS
ELECTROCHEMICAL ANALYSIS
ELECTRODE
GENETIC PROCEDURES
BIOSENSING TECHNIQUES
COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS
ELECTROCHEMICAL TECHNIQUES
ELECTRODES
GLUCOSE
GRAPHITE
NANOSTRUCTURES
OXIDES
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10995/111177
Access: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
SCOPUS ID: 85122107524
PURE ID: 29213444
ISSN: 1424-8220
metadata.dc.description.sponsorship: Asst. Prof. Brouzgou, A., thankfully acknowledges the Research, Innovation and Excellence Structure (DEKA) of the University of Thessaly for the funding of the research program entitled: ‘Electrochemical (bio)sensors: synthesis of novel carbon monolayer-based nanoelectrodes for biomolecules detection’ and Ms Balkourani, G. (PhD student) thankfully acknowledges the Hellenic Foundation for Research and Innovation (HFRI), the PhD Fellowship grant. 25, 6816.
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