In article number 1805752, Davood Shahrjerdi and co‐workers reveal the quantitative relationships between the structural defects of graphene and the sensitivity of electrodes made of it. Using the physics of point defects in graphene, a microscopic model is proposed, which can quantitatively explain the relationship between sensitivity and average density of point defects in graphene electrodes. In addition, the model is shown to accurately guide nanoengineering of the structure of graphene, resulting in homogeneous miniaturized sensors with unprecedented sensitivity.

Published in: "Advanced Materials".