Electrochemical detection of phenol in alkaline solution using nanoporous gold thin film electrode
- Electrochemical detection of phenol in alkaline solution using nanoporous gold thin film electrode
- 변지영; 김상훈; Bui Thi Phuong Quynh; Long Giang Bach
- Nanoporous gold; dealloying; phenol; electrochemical sensing
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- Molecular crystals and liquid crystals
- VOL 645, NO 1-144
- Performance of nanoporous (NPG) thin film electrode in electrochemical sensing of phenol in alkaline environment was investigated. The NPG thin film with a roughness factor of about 25 was fabricated by electrochemically dealloying Si out of a relevant AuSi alloy co-deposited on Si substrate. The oxidation behavior of phenol on the as-synthesized NPG thin film was then observed using cyclic voltammetry and amperometry techniques. It was found that the NPG electrode exhibited large linear detection range (2-300 M), good sensitivity (96 nA/M) and relatively low detection limit (2 M). The results of this study reveal a high potential for development of sensors based on NPG platform for the determination of pollutants in practical, diverse environmental conditions.
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