Surface modulation and structural engineering of graphitic carbon nitride for electrochemical sensing applications /

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Title

Surface modulation and structural engineering of graphitic carbon nitride for electrochemical sensing applications /

Subject

Chemistry

Description

Journal of Nanostructure in Chemistry, Vol.12, Issue 5, ISSN No: 2193-8865.
The rediscovery of the old-age material graphitic carbon nitride (g-C3N4), a 2D conducting polymer, has given rise to a tide of articles exploring its diverse applications. Recently, owing to its excellent physicochemical stability and tunable electronic structure, the material has proven to be an eminent candidate for improving the sensing quality of electrodes. Excellent properties of g-C3N4 such as exposed surface area, metal-free characteristics, and low-cost synthesis have attracted facile and economical designing of sensors for a variety of analyte molecules. Herein, the readers are introduced to the historical development of g-C3N4 and escorted to the present findings of its electrochemical sensing applications. Along with its sensing utilities, the review shares some exciting insights into the synthesis, structural, and surface chemistry modulations of g-C3N4.

Creator

Babu, Ann Mariella., Rajeev, Rijo., Thadathil, Ditto Abraham., Varghese, Anitha., Hegde, Gurumurthy.

Publisher

SpringerLink

Date

2022

Language

English

Type

Research Publication

Collection

Citation

Babu, Ann Mariella., Rajeev, Rijo., Thadathil, Ditto Abraham., Varghese, Anitha., Hegde, Gurumurthy., “Surface modulation and structural engineering of graphitic carbon nitride for electrochemical sensing applications /,” CHRIST (Deemed To Be University) Institutional Repository, accessed March 2, 2024, http://archives.christuniversity.in/items/show/2132.

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