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An Impedance-Based Life-Monitoring Technique for a Graphene Water Filter

TitoloAn Impedance-Based Life-Monitoring Technique for a Graphene Water Filter
Tipo di pubblicazioneArticolo su Rivista peer-reviewed
Anno di Pubblicazione2020
AutoriBellucci, S., Cataldo Antonino, Ferrigno L., Giovannetti S., and Maffucci A.
RivistaLecture Notes in Electrical Engineering
Parole chiaveCosts, Electrical impedance, Environmental conditions, Graphene, Graphene nanoplatelets, Low cost fabrication, monitoring, monitoring system, Monitoring techniques, Reproducibilities, Saturation levels, Water filters, Water filtration

The paper deals with the design and verification of a monitoring system for the analysis of the useful life of a water filter. The filter is made of pressed graphene nanoplatelets, obtained from commercial graphite with a low-cost fabrication procedure. The state of the filter is monitored by measuring the electrical impedance at the port of a suitable circuit embedding the graphene filter. It has demonstrated a good sensitivity of the impedance with respect to the saturation level of the pollutants into the filter. The technique is also shown to provide a high level of reproducibility and stability with environmental conditions. © Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2020.


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Citation KeyBellucci2020719