A highly sensitive diketopyrrolopyrrole-based ambipolar transistor for selective detection and discrimination of xylene isomers
Wang, Bin, Huynh, Tan-Phat, Wu, Weiwei, Hayek, Naseem, Do, Thu Trang, Cancilla, John C., Torrecilla, Jose S., Nahid, Masrur Morshed, Colwell, John M., Gazit, Oz M., Puniredd, Sreenivasa Reddy, McNeill, Christopher R., Sonar, Prashant, & Haick, Hossam (2016) A highly sensitive diketopyrrolopyrrole-based ambipolar transistor for selective detection and discrimination of xylene isomers. Advanced Materials, 28(21), pp. 4012-4018.
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An ambipolar poly(diketopyrrolopyrrole-terthiophene)-based field-effect transistor (FET) sensitively detects xylene isomers at low ppm levels with multiple sensing features. Combined with pattern-recognition algorithms, a sole ambipolar FET sensor, rather than arrays of sensors, can discriminate highly similar xylene structural isomers from one another.
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