XIAO, Yinghong; Liu, Yun; Borg, Gerard; Li, Chang Ming
Piezoelectric biosensors represent an economic alternative suitable for the detection of a variety of biomolecules. However, the difficulty of forming diverse structures and shapes using conventional piezoelectric ceramic and quartz crystals has so far limited their potential applications. Piezoelectric polymers and their co-polymers are considered as the favourable choice in the fabrication of different types of sensors due to their low cost, light weight and ease in forming delicate shapes....[Show more]
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