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The progress in development of carbon nanocomposite materials have opened up new possibilities in construction of various sensors within electroanalytical chemistry for the detection and quantification of various target analytes with special interest in environmental monitoring and health care applications. Carbon nanocomposite based electrochemical signal amplification has enormous potential of enhancing sensitivity, stability and selectivity of the electrochemical sensor. The present chapter gives an overview on the experimental approaches of carbon and its different forms as a key constituent in the nanocomposite preparation and its utilization as electrode material in the fabrication of carbon based nanocomposite modified electrodes in sensing of diverse analyte molecules of special interest. The use of polymers in the construction of sensor materials has also been reviewed.

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