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Recent Advanced in MXene Research toward Biosensor Development

Title
Recent Advanced in MXene Research toward Biosensor Development
Author(s)
Ali, Md. RomzanBacchu, Md. SadekAl-Mamun, Md. RashidHossain, Md. IkramKhaleque, AbdulKhatun, AnowaraRidoy, Dipto DebnathAly, Mohamed Aly SaadKhan, Md. Zaved Hossain
DGIST Authors
Ali, Md. RomzanBacchu, Md. SadekAl-Mamun, Md. RashidHossain, Md. IkramKhaleque, AbdulKhatun, AnowaraRidoy, Dipto DebnathAly, Mohamed Aly SaadKhan, Md. Zaved Hossain
Issued Date
2022-09
Type
Article
Author Keywords
2D nanomaterialsbiomoleculesbiosensorcancer biomarkerhazardous pollutantMXenemycotoxinnext-generation diagnostic toolpathogenic bacteria and virus
Keywords
2-DIMENSIONAL TI3C2 MXENESFIELD-EFFECT TRANSISTORDIRECT ELECTROCHEMISTRYSENSITIVE DETECTIONAIR-POLLUTIONCARBIDENANOCOMPOSITEEXFOLIATIONMERCURYNANOPARTICLES
ISSN
1040-8347
Abstract
MXene is a rapidly emerging group of two-dimensional (2D) multifunctional nanomaterials, drawing huge attention from researchers of a broad scientific field. Reporting the synthesis of MXene was the following breakthrough in 2D materials following the discovery of graphene. MXene is considered the most recent developments of materials, including transition metal carbonitrides, nitrides, and carbides synthesized by etching or mechanical-based exfoliation of selective MAX phases. MXene has a plethora of prodigious properties such as unique interlayer spacing, high ion and electron transport, large surface area, excellent thermal and electrical conductivity, exceptional volumetric capacitance, thermal shock, and oxidation resistance, easily machinable and inherently hydrophilic, and biocompatibility. Owing to the abundance of tailorable surface function groups, these properties can be further enhanced by surface functionalization with covalent and non-covalent modifications via numerous surface functionalization methods. Therefore, MXene finds their way to a plethora of applications in numerous fields including catalysis, membrane separation, energy storage, sensing, and biomedicine. Here, the focus is on reviewing the structure, synthesis techniques, and functionalization methods of MXene. Furthermore, MXene-based detection platforms in different sensing applications are survived. Great attention is given to reviewing the applications of MXene in the detection of biomolecules, pathogenic bacteria and viruses, cancer biomarkers food contaminants and mycotoxins, and hazardous pollutants. Lastly, the future perspective of MXene-based biosensors as a next-generation diagnostics tool is discussed. Crucial visions are introduced for materials science and sensing communities to better route while investigating the potential of MXene for creating innovative detection mechanisms.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11750/16919
DOI
10.1080/10408347.2022.2115286
Publisher
Taylor & Francis
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