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A rapid electrochemical sensor fabricated using silver ions and graphene oxide
Fu, Li ; Wang, Aiwu ; Su, Weitao ; Zheng, Yuhong ; Liu, Zhong
2018-09-01
Source PublicationIONICS
AbstractElectrode surface modification is a common method for designing sensitive electrochemical sensors. However, a long time fabrication process is a key issue for their practical applications. In this work, we proposed a simple in situ electroless dipping deposition process for commercial electrode surface modification. Graphene and Ag NPs have been used as examples and stepwise fabricated on a glassy carbon electrode (GCE) surface. Each fabrication cycle only takes 1 min. Besides the fast fabrication process, the performance of the electrode can be easily adjusted by changing dipping cycle numbers. Based on the proposed procedure, a H2O2 electrochemical sensor was fabricated as an example with excellent performance. We believe the proposed approach could be extended for further nanomaterial-modified electrode design.
PublisherSPRINGER HEIDELBERG
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.isl.ac.cn/handle/363002/7609
Collection中国科学院青海盐湖研究所
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Fu, Li,Wang, Aiwu,Su, Weitao,et al. A rapid electrochemical sensor fabricated using silver ions and graphene oxide[J]. IONICS,2018.
APA Fu, Li,Wang, Aiwu,Su, Weitao,Zheng, Yuhong,&Liu, Zhong.(2018).A rapid electrochemical sensor fabricated using silver ions and graphene oxide.IONICS.
MLA Fu, Li,et al."A rapid electrochemical sensor fabricated using silver ions and graphene oxide".IONICS (2018).
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