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A capacitive sensor measurement system requires three components: a probe to detect any changes in distance to a target by sensing changes in capacitance and also driver electronics for converting the changes in capacitance into voltage changes.
Several applications including sensor design, chemical catalysis and therapeutics demand exploration of molecular recognition methods which involves biological macromolecules such as aptamers and antibodies.
Graphene has been widely employed for the fabrication of various sensors and other new devices because of their distinct properties and high performance range. Functionalized graphene appears to be exceptionally promising for chemical and biological sensor applications.
Studies reveal that ocean acidity is likely to double by 2100 because of carbon dioxide (CO2) pollution. The enormous amounts of CO2 absorbed into the oceans will change water chemistry and affect the life cycles of many marine creatures.
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