Graphene Woven Fabrics For Sensing Application

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(a) Schematic diagram of assembly steps of the FTHS. Inset: photograph of as-prepared FTHS. (b) Mechanism for temperature sensing. (c) Mechanism for humidity sensing. (© ACS) (click on image to enlarge)

Graphene has attracted extensive attention because of its excellent electrical properties, outstanding thermal conductivity, high transparency, ultrathin thickness, and large specific area, and naturally, it has been used as a sensing material.

In ACS Applied Materials Interfaces “Simultaneous High Sensitivity Sensing of Temperature and Humidity with Woven Fabrics”, researchers now report a flexible temperature and humidity sensor (FTHS) from graphene woven fabrics (GWFs) prepared by chemical vapor deposition (CVD).

The sensor was prepared through an environmentally friendly layer-by-layer assembly process. Compared with the common graphene produced by CVD, the GWF was composed of criss-crossed interlacing graphene micrometer ribbons and had rectangular holes, demonstrating ultra-sensitivity with a gauge factor of 500 to deformation within 2%.

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