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An efficient transition metal chalcogenide sensor for monitoring respiratory alkalosis

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submitted on 2024-01-03, 10:42 and posted on 2024-01-03, 10:47 authored by Partha Kumbhakar, Mizaj Shabil Sha, Chandra Sekhar Tiwary, Asan G. A. Muthalif, Somaya Al-maadeed, Kishor Kumar Sadasivuni

For many biomedical applications, high-precision CO2 detection with a rapid response is essential. Due to the superior surface-active characteristics, 2D materials are particularly crucial for electrochemical sensors. The liquid phase exfoliation method of 2D Co2Te3 production is used to achieve the electrochemical sensing of CO2. The Co2Te3 electrode performs better than other CO2 detectors in terms of linearity, low detection limit, and high sensitivity. The outstanding physical characteristics of the electrocatalyst, including its large specific surface area, quick electron transport, and presence of a surface charge, can be credited for its extraordinary electrocatalytic activity. More importantly, the suggested electrochemical sensor has great repeatability, strong stability, and outstanding selectivity. Additionally, the electrochemical sensor based on Co2Te3 could be used to monitor respiratory alkalosis.

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Published in: 3 Biotech
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Springer Nature

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  • 2023

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  • Center for Advanced Materials - QU