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Electronic devices based on 2D materials provide an important advancement in miniaturized electronics. Applications in electronics include transistors and storage devices based on 2D materials.
The main principle of 2D materials for sensing is based on detecting changes in their electrical conductivity. the large surface to volume ratio of 2D materials allows for high sensitivity in detecting molecules adsorbed on their surfaces.
The unique physical properties of 2D materials enable many photonic and optoelectronic applications, such as photodetectors, ultrathin lenses, photodetectors and quantum photonic devices.
Optical modification of 2D materials can be used to address some of these challenges by developing applications for oil-water separation, fog collection, and sterilization surfaces.