1st Edition

2D Materials-Based Sensors Technology and Applications

By Vinod Kumar Khanna Copyright 2025
    304 Pages 133 B/W Illustrations
    by CRC Press

    2D Materials-Based Sensors: Technology and Applications is a comprehensive book covering the latest innovations on sensors using the unique properties of 2D materials. This specialized text:  

    • Describes 2D materials process technology, and integration of these materials into sensor fabrication
    • Provides an in-depth coverage of the underlying physics, operation and performance metrics of 2D materials-based sensors
    • Highlights state-of-the-art developments in 2D material sensors vis-à-vis challenges faced in their fabrication
    • Presents glimpses of emerging 2D materials-based sensor technologies that will shape the future
    • Expedites understanding and learning through plain, lucid explanations and clear, insightful diagrams

    Commencing from an introductory survey of the 2D materials family, the book describes their impressive properties, and their top-down and bottom-up synthesis techniques. The succeeding chapters present detailed descriptions of 2D-materials-based mechanical sensors, photodetectors, magnetic sensors together with quantum sensors, heavy-metal ion sensors, gas sensors and biological sensors. The book concludes with research challenges, emerging trends and limitations providing a balanced perspective of this fast-progressing field.

    This book is a concise guide for students, scientists and technologists engaged in sensor research and development.




    Author biography

    About the book

    Abbreviations, Acronyms and Chemical Symbols

    Mathematical Notation

    Greek Alphabet

    1. The 2D Materials Family, and Properties of 2D Materials Used in Sensors

    2. Synthesis, Deposition and Processing of 2D Materials for Sensor Fabrication

    3. 2D Materials-Based Mechanical Sensors

    4. 2D Materials-Based Photodetectors

    5. 2D Materials-Based Magnetic Field Sensors

    6. 2D Materials-Based Metal Ion Sensors

    7. 2D Materials-Based Gas Sensors

    8. 2D Materials-Based Biological Biosensors

    9. Challenges and Trends of 2D Materials-Based Sensors



    The author, Vinod Kumar Khanna, Ph.D. (Physics), is an independent researcher at Chandigarh, India; a former emeritus scientist, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), India and emeritus professor, Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research (AcSIR), Ghaziabad, India; a retired Chief scientist, CSIR-Central Electronics Engineering Research Institute, Pilani, India and professor, AcSIR, India. He has worked for more than 37 years on the design, fabrication and characterization of power semiconductor devices, MEMS and nanotechnology-based sensors. He has published 194 research papers in refereed journals and conference proceedings, 19 books, and 6 chapters in edited books. He has five patents to his credit, two US and three Indian.