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Supramolecular engineering of optoelectronic sensing devices

Abstract : This thesis explores the use of supramolecular chemistry principles to fabricate novel and high performances gas sensing devices, featuring (opto)-electronic readouts. Within the different sections, diverse scaffolds such as 2D and 3D hybrid networks of gold nanoparticles and 1D supramolecular nanofibers are exploited as active materials for the quantitative detection of environmental humidity. In the last section, 2D layers of reduced graphene oxide are fabricated by IR laser exposure and, as a proof-of-concept application, they are exploited as active materials for the detection of ozone in ppm concentration. Each of the presented scaffolds rely on a different transduction mechanism but, in all the cases, the interactions between the receptors and the analytes are based on dynamic non-covalent bonds.
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Marco Squillaci. Supramolecular engineering of optoelectronic sensing devices. Theoretical and/or physical chemistry. Université de Strasbourg, 2017. English. ⟨NNT : 2017STRAF051⟩. ⟨tel-02003372⟩

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