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Authors:
Lüders, Laura von 
Document type:
Dissertation / Thesis 
Title:
Development and Characterisation of Noncovalently Functionalised Graphene Field-Effect Transistors and Their Application as Specific Biosensors 
Advisor:
Duesberg, Georg S., Prof. Dr. 
Referee:
Duesberg, Georg S., Prof. Dr.; Hegner, Martin, Prof. Dr. 
Date oral examination:
06.12.2023 
Publication date:
29.02.2024 
Year:
2023 
Pages (Book):
X, 159, XI-XXXIII 
Language:
Englisch 
Keywords:
2D materials, graphene, noncovalent functionalisation, biosensor, drug detection, perylene bisimide, methamphetamine 
Abstract:
This thesis presents a detailed investigation of the development and characterisation of a reliable and specific biosensor based on graphene. The entire procedure involves multiple processing steps, each of which is characterised using various techniques including Raman spectroscopy, scanning electron microscopy (SEM), atomic force microscopy (AFM), and electrical measurements. High-quality monolayer graphene is grown via chemical vapour deposition (CVD) and subsequently noncovalently functional...    »
 
Department:
Fakultät für Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik 
Institute:
EIT 2 - Institut für Physik 
Chair:
Duesberg, Georg S. 
Open Access yes or no?:
Ja / Yes