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Wearable pH sensing beyond the Nernst limit

Nature Electronicsvolume 1pages580581 (2018) | Download Citation

A flexible charge-coupled device can be used to create a sensor capable of measuring the pH of a person’s sweat with high sensitivity.

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    • Yiran Yang
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