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5 May 2015 Graphene-like coatings for biosensors devices
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The interest in graphene–like materials involves many research areas, including the development of biosensors devices. We have recently studied the use of graphene/metal bilayer for surface plasmon resonance (SPR) equipment devoted to detection of chemical processes and biomolecules recognition. The dual role of graphene is to protect the metal layer underneath and to enhance the bioaffinity by adsorbing biomolecules with carbon–based ring structures. Depending on the application, it may be necessary laser and chemical treatments of graphene to improve the performances of the whole device. The processing effects will be investigated by near edge X-ray absorption fine structure (NEXAFS) spectroscopy. The use of synchrotron light is mandatory for NEXAFS analysis since a continuous EUV source of selected polarization is required. The ideas, the analysis and the results are the subjects of this work.
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P. Zuppella, F. Gerlin, S. Zuccon, A. J. Corso, E. Tessarolo, M. Nardello, D. Bacco, and M. G. Pelizzo "Graphene-like coatings for biosensors devices", Proc. SPIE 9506, Optical Sensors 2015, 95061X (5 May 2015);


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