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Emerging 2D Materials and Devices for the Internet of Things. Micro and Nano Technologies

  • ID: 4894782
  • Book
  • June 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 348 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Emerging 2D Materials and Devices for the Internet of Things: Information, Sensing and Energy Applications summarizes state-of-the-art technologies in applying 2D layered materials, discusses energy and sensing device applications as essential infrastructure solutions, and explores designs that will make internet-of-things devices faster, more reliable and more accessible for the creation of mass-market products. The book focuses on information, energy and sensing applications, showing how different types of 2D materials are being used to create a new generation of products and devices that harness the capabilities of wireless technology in an eco-efficient, reliable way.

This book is an important resource for both materials scientists and engineers, who are designing new wireless products in a variety of industry sectors.

  • Explores how 2D materials are being used to create faster and more reliable wireless network solutions
  • Discusses how graphene-based nanocomposites are being used for energy harvesting and storage applications
  • Outlines the major challenges for integrating 2D materials in electronic sensing devices
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1 Two-dimensional materials-based nonvolatile resistive memories and radio frequency switches .......................................................................1

Ruijing Ge, Xiaohan Wu, Myungsoo Kim,

Jack C. Lee and Deji Akinwande

1.1 Introduction to two-dimensional

nonvolatile resistive memory........................ 1

1.2 Two-dimensional materials preparation

and memory device fabrication .................... 3

1.3 Two-dimensional nonvolatile resistive

memory........................................................... 7

1.4 Switching mechanics ................................... 12

1.5 MoS2 radio frequency switches .................. 18

1.6 Summary ...................................................... 25

Acknowledgment ................................................ 25

References ........................................................... 25

2 Two-dimensional materials-based radio frequency wireless communication and sensing systems for Internet-of-things applications ..............................................................29

Liang Zhu, Mohamed Farhat,

Khaled Nabil Salama and Pai-Yen Chen

2.1 Introduction .................................................. 29

2.2 Radio frequency performance of

two-dimensional transistors........................ 32

2.3 Frequency mixers and signal modulators

based on two-dimensional transistors ....... 45

2.4 Integrated wireless Internet-of-things

sensors.......................................................... 48

2.5 Radio frequency energy harvesting using

two-dimensional electronic devices ........... 51

2.6 Conclusion .................................................... 52

References ........................................................... 53

3 Graphene electronic tattoo sensors for

point-of-care personal health monitoring and

human_machine interfaces ..................................59

Shideh Kabiri Ameri and Liu Wang

3.1 Introduction .................................................. 59

3.2 Theoretical background ............................... 61

3.3 Fabrication of graphene electronic tattoo

sensors.......................................................... 65

3.4 Applications of graphene electronic tattoo

sensors and effects of the thickness on

performance ................................................. 71

3.5 Conclusion .................................................... 85

References ........................................................... 85

4 Transition metal dichalcogenides as

ultrasensitive and high-resolution

biosensing nodes......................................................87

Xiaogan Liang

4.1 New opportunities for biosensing

devices .......................................................... 87

4.2 Electronic biosensors made from

transition metal dichalcogenides ................ 94

4.3 Biosensors based on optical and

optoelectronic properties of transition metal

dichalcogenides...........................................103

4.4 Biosensors based on structural properties

of transition metal dichalcogenides...........107

4.5 Final remarks ...............................................112

References ..........................................................113

5 Nanophotonics and optoelectronics based on

two-dimensional MoS2 .........................................121

Zilong Wu, Linhan Lin and Yuebing Zheng

5.1 MoS2-based nanoplasmonics ....................121

5.2 MoS2-based optoelectronics ......................127

5.3 Summary .....................................................133

References ..........................................................134

6 Graphene-based anode materials for

lithium-ion batteries ..............................................139

Hui Xu, Zhengming Sun and Jian Chen

6.1 Introduction .................................................139

6.2 Lithium-ion batteries and anode

materials ......................................................140

6.3 Graphene and graphene-based

composites as anode materials..................143

6.4 Conclusion and outlook..............................158

References ..........................................................159

7 Two-dimensional materials as photoelectrodes

in water reduction devices for energy

applications .............................................................165

Li Ji, Xingli Zou, Hsien-Yi Hsu, Kai Huang,

Na Gao, Hao Zhu, Lin Chen, Qingqing Sun,

Peng Zhou and David Wei Zhang

7.1 Basic mechanism of solar water

splitting ........................................................167

7.2 Design principles of photoelectrochemical

cells for water splitting ...............................168

7.3 Two-dimensional materials as

conducting channels ...................................170

7.4 Two-dimensional materials as charge

mediator/separator......................................172

7.5 Two-dimensional materials as

cocatalysts ...................................................174

7.6 Two-dimensional materials as other

roles..............................................................176

7.7 Summary and perspectives........................177

References ..........................................................177

8 Two-dimensional Xenes and their device

concepts for future micro- and nanoelectronics

and energy applications .......................................181

Carlo Grazianetti, Christian Martella and

Alessandro Molle

8.1 Introduction .................................................181

8.2 First-generation Xenes................................183

8.3 Second-generation Xenes ..........................195

8.4 Perspectives and conclusion ......................207

References ..........................................................208

9 Piezoelectric one- to two-dimensional

nanomaterials for vibration energy

harvesting devices .................................................221

Ruijian Zhu and Zengmei Wang

9.1 Introduction .................................................221

9.2 Preparation and characterization of

piezoelectric 1_2D nanomaterials .............223

9.3 Piezoelectric 1_2D nanomaterial for

energy harvesting .......................................229

9.4 Conclusion ...................................................240

Acknowledgment ...............................................240

References ..........................................................240

10 Nanocomposite materials for

nano-electronic-based Internet of things

sensors and energy device signaling .............243

Congyue Liu, Bailin Tian and Mengning Ding

10.1 Introduction .............................................243

10.2 Nanocomposite materials for

chemical sensory devices and

Internet of things.....................................245

10.3 Electronic sensing and signaling for

sustainable energy devices ....................263

References ..........................................................285

11 Prospects and challenges in low-dimensional

materials and devices for Internet of

things .......................................................................291

Anhan Liu, Siyao Jiang, Zhengrui Zhu,

Sixin Zhang, Dingxuan Kang and Li Tao

11.1 Flexible and wearable devices for

Internet of things.....................................292

11.2 Human_machine interface devices

for Internet of things ...............................297

11.3 Two-dimensional multifunctional

device node for Internet of things..........305

11.4 Sustainable energy devices for

Internet of things.....................................313

11.5 5G/6G technology engaging with

Internet of things.....................................319

References ..........................................................323

Index..................................................................... 329

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Tao, Li
Li Tao received the B.E. degree in automation from Nankai University, Tianjin, China, in 2004, and the Ph.D. degree in systems theory from the Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, in 2009. Since 2017, he has been a Professor with the Department of Mathematics, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China. Dr. Li's current research interests include stochastic systems, Cyber-Physical multi-agent systems and game theory.
Dr. Li received the 28th "Zhang Siying" (CCDC) Outstanding Youth Paper Award in 2016, the Best Paper Award of the 7th Asian Control Conference with coauthors in 2009, and honourable mentioned as one of five finalists for Young Author Prize of the 17th IFAC Congress. He received the 2009 Singapore Millennium Foundation Research Fellowship and the 2010 Australian Endeavor Research Fellowship. He was entitled Dongfang Distinguished Professor by Shanghai Municipality in 2012 and received the Outstanding Young Scholar Fund from the National Natural Science Foundation of China in 2015. He now serves as an Associate Editor of Science China Information Sciences and Journal of Systems Science and Mathematical Sciences. He is a member of IFAC Technical Committee on Networked Systems and a member of Technical Committee on Control and Decision of Cyber-Physical Systems, Chinese Association of Automation.
Akinwande, Deji
Deji Akinwande is Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Texas - Austin, USA. His research explores materials and electronic systems based on 2D atomic layers. He is a co-inventor of a high-frequency chip-to-chip interconnect and an electrically small antenna for bioelectronics
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