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IEEE Sensors Journal
Physical sensors form the fundamental building blocks of a multitude of advanced applications that detect and monitor the surroundings and communicate the acquired physical data. The everlasting need for more compliant, low-cost, and energy-efficient sensor solutions has led to considerable interest in enhancing their features and operation limits even further. While graphene has emerged as a promising candidate material, due to its outstanding electrical and mechanical properties, it is stilldoi:10.1109/jsen.2020.3034845 fatcat:b72pbxvcondelc5nuo4j6mnrjy