Conducting polyaniline nanowire and its applications in chemiresistive sensing
One dimensional polyaniline nanowire is an electrically conducting polymer that can be used as an active layer for sensors whose conductivity change can be used to detect chemical or biological species. In this review, the basic properties of polyaniline nanowires including chemical structures, redox chemistry, and method of synthesis are discussed. A comprehensive literature survey on chemiresistive/conductometric sensors based on polyaniline nanowires is presented and recent developments in polyaniline nanowire-based sensors are summarized. Finally, the current limitations and the future prospect of polyaniline nanowires are discussed.
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Song, E., & Choi, J. (2013). Conducting polyaniline nanowire and its applications in chemiresistive sensing. Nanomaterials, 3 (3), 498-523. https://doi.org/10.3390/nano3030498