Graphene Oxide Field-Effect Transistors (GOFETs) for Sensing Applications
Graphene Oxide Field-Effect Transistors GOFET (Die size 10 mm x 10 mm) for Sensing Applications
GOFET (Die size 10 mm x 10 mm) - Processed in Clean Room Class 1000
The ME0628 GOFET delivers state-of-the-art graphene oxide devices directly to the researcher to allow application-driven research without the added burden of having to fabricate high-quality devices.
The GOFET chip provides 27 graphene oxide (GO) devices distributed in a grid pattern on the chip. All the devices have the same length (≈1mm), but 3 different widths (≈50µm, ≈100µm and ≈200µm). The interdigitated contacts have 3 different gaps (8µm, 15µm and 25µm). The device channels are formed by overlapping of monolayer (>97%) graphene oxide flakes.
- · Growth method: CVD synthesis
- · Chip dimensions: 10 mm x 10 mm
- · Chip thickness: 675 μm
- · Number of GOFETs per chip: 27
- · Gate oxide thickness: 90 nm
- · Gate oxide material: SiO2
- · Resistivity of substrate: 1-10 Ω.cm
- · Metallization: Au contacts
- · Average channel thickness: ≈ nm
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
- · Maximum gate-source voltage: ± 50 V
- · Maximum temperature rating: Above 80 °C GO starts reducing
- · Maximum drain-source current density: Above 104A.cm-2 GO starts reducing
All our samples are subjected to a rigorous QC in order to ensure a high quality products.
- · Optical Microscopy inspection of all the devices
- · Raman spectroscopy of each fabrication batch
- · Electrical characterization of each fabrication batch
Graphene Oxide field-effect transistors (GOFETs) have unprecedented sensitivity to the surrounding environment and is an ideal transducer for a variety of sensing applications. Depending on the application, GOFETs can be tuned to be sensitive only to the stimulus of interest and have shown breakthrough performance in areas such as graphene oxide device research, gas sensing, chemical sensing and biosensing.
Duck-Jin Kim, Yung Soh, Jin-Heak Jung, Ok Ja Yoon, N.-E. Lee, Joon-Shik Park, Reduced graphene oxide field-effect transistor for label-free femtomolar protein detection. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Volume 41, 15 March 2013, Pages 621-626
Gunasekaran Venugopal, Karthikeyan Krishnamoorthy, Rajneesh Mohan, Sang-Jae Kim, An investigation of the electrical transport properties of graphene-oxide thin films. Materials Chemistry and Physics, Volume 132, Issue 1, 16 January 2012, Pages 29-33
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