What is it about?

Nanostructured detector based on graphene quantum dot for electron spin resonance detection of organic radical was demonstrated. Such on-chip detector approach reduces lab expenses on instrument, cooling costs, and it is possible to recycle the detector.

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We have reported proof-of-concept bolometric detection of organic radical by using a nanostructured graphene quantum dots. This approach eliminates the detection arm in the spectrometer by the direct measurement of samples on the bolometric chip.


It is a result of our collaborative effort to use graphene-based devices and magnetic resonance.

Jakub Hruby
Florida State University

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This page is a summary of: Graphene quantum dot bolometer for on-chip detection of organic radical, Applied Physics Letters, March 2024, American Institute of Physics,
DOI: 10.1063/5.0191087.
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