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Electrochemical sensors and biosensors using laser-derived graphene: A comprehensive review

Lahcen, Abdellatif Ait ; Rauf, Sakandar ; Beduk, Tutku ; Durmus, Ceren ; Aljedaibi, Abdulrahman ; Timur, Suna ; Alshareef, Husam N. ; Amine, Aziz ; Wolfbeis, Otto S. ; Salama, Khaled N.


Laser-derived graphene (LDG) technology is gaining attention as a promising material for the development of novel electrochemical sensors and biosensors. Compared to established methods for graphene synthesis, LDG provides many advantages such as cost-effectiveness, fast electron mobility, mask-free, green synthesis, good electrical conductivity, porosity, mechanical stability, and large surface ...


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