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Substrate-Independent Laser-Induced Graphene Electrodes for Microfluidic Electroanalytical Systems

Griesche, Christian ; Hoecherl, Kilian ; Baeumner, Antje J.


Laser-induced graphene's (LIG) inherent graphene-like and highly porous characteristics and its simple, scalable, and inexpensive fabrication render it a desirable electrode material for bio- and chemosensors. The best LIG electrodes are made in polyimide foils using a CO2 laser scriber, which unfortunately limits their integration into more sophisticated analytical devices due to polyimide's ...


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