The review presents recent developments in the use of conductive materials that can be printed using additive manufacturing (3D printing), enabling the development of mass-produced electrochemical sensors of varying geometries. This review will highlight some key electroanalytical applications of 3D-printed electrochemical sensors and discuss their potential future capabilities.
- 3D printed electrode
- 3D printing
- Additive manufacturing
- Conductive electrode
- Electrochemical sensor
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- School of Applied Sciences - Prof. Clinical and Bioanalytical Chemistry
- Applied Chemical Sciences Research and Enterprise Group
- Centre for Stress and Age-Related Disease