Porphyrins and carbon nanomaterials are among the most widely investigated and applied compounds, both offering multiple options to modulate their optical, electronic and magnetic properties by easy and well-established synthetic manipulations. Individually, they play a leading role in the development of efficient and robust chemical sensors, where they detect a plethora of analytes of practical relevance. But even more interesting, the merging of the peculiar features of these single components into hybrid nanostructures results in novel materials with amplified sensing properties exploitable in different application fields, covering the areas of health, food, environment and so on. In this contribution, we focused on recent examples reported in literature illustrating the integration of different carbon materials (i.e., graphene, nanotubes and carbon dots) and (metallo)porphyrins in heterostructures exploited in chemical sensors operating in liquid as well as gaseous phase, with particular focus on research performed in the last four years.

Magna, G., Mandoj, F., Stefanelli, M., Pomarico, G., Monti, D., Di Natale, C., et al. (2021). Recent advances in chemical sensors using porphyrin-carbon nanostructure hybrid materials. NANOMATERIALS, 11(4) [10.3390/nano11040997].

Recent advances in chemical sensors using porphyrin-carbon nanostructure hybrid materials

MAGNA GABRIELE;MANDOJ FEDERICA;STEFANELLI MANUELA;POMARICO GIUSEPPE;MONTI DONATO;DI NATALE CORRADO;PAOLESSE ROBERTO;NARDIS SARA
2021-04-13

Abstract

Porphyrins and carbon nanomaterials are among the most widely investigated and applied compounds, both offering multiple options to modulate their optical, electronic and magnetic properties by easy and well-established synthetic manipulations. Individually, they play a leading role in the development of efficient and robust chemical sensors, where they detect a plethora of analytes of practical relevance. But even more interesting, the merging of the peculiar features of these single components into hybrid nanostructures results in novel materials with amplified sensing properties exploitable in different application fields, covering the areas of health, food, environment and so on. In this contribution, we focused on recent examples reported in literature illustrating the integration of different carbon materials (i.e., graphene, nanotubes and carbon dots) and (metallo)porphyrins in heterostructures exploited in chemical sensors operating in liquid as well as gaseous phase, with particular focus on research performed in the last four years.
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porphyrins; carbon materials; nanostructures; hybrid materials; graphene; carbon nanotubes; carbon dots; chemical sensors
Magna, G., Mandoj, F., Stefanelli, M., Pomarico, G., Monti, D., Di Natale, C., et al. (2021). Recent advances in chemical sensors using porphyrin-carbon nanostructure hybrid materials. NANOMATERIALS, 11(4) [10.3390/nano11040997].
Magna, G; Mandoj, F; Stefanelli, M; Pomarico, G; Monti, D; DI NATALE, C; Paolesse, R; Nardis, S
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