Paper-Based Carbon Dioxide Sensors: Past, Present, and Future Perspectives

2021 Biointerface Research in Applied Chemistry  
Paper-based sensors are a new possible technology for fabricating easy, economical, portable, and expendable analytical devices for various application fields counting, diagnosis clinically, control of the quality of the food, and environmental monitoring. The distinctive characteristics of paper that enable the transport of the passive liquid and the affinity with chemicals/biochemical is the principal lead of employing paper as a sensing platform. Even if paper-based sensors are extremely
more » ... rable, they are quite abided due to undeniable constraints, namely, accuracy and sensitivity. Nevertheless, it is forecasted that in the coming times, with improvisation in the fabrication and analytical techniques, that there will be adding new and novel evolution in paper-based sensors. These sensors can meet the present-day intentions of being a cost-efficient and portable device besides contributing high sensitivity and selectivity and multiple analytes biasing. The present work is a review of paper-based sensors for sensing carbon dioxide.
doi:10.33263/briac122.23532360 fatcat:gogb3o7r2nffnlemojssgkttfy