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Nanopatterned Working Electrode with Carbon Nanotubes Improving Electrochemical Sensors

Original Title

Nanopatterned Working Electrode with Carbon Nanotubes Improving Electrochemical Sensors

Czech Title

Nanopatterned Working Electrode with Carbon Nanotubes Improving Electrochemical Sensors

Language

cs

Original Abstract

This paper deals with problem of mercury drop electrodes replacement in classical polarography by more ecological solid electrodes. The screen-printed thick-film amperometric sensor was prepared for modification by nanostructures. Carbon nanotubes were grown on a working electrode. The process of nanotubes growing was improved to create homogenous and high density carbon nanotubes layer. The modified electrode is very perspective in heavy metal detection using electrochemical methods because of improvement detection properties. We were able to determine units of 1E-6 mol/L of cadmium.

Czech abstract

This paper deals with problem of mercury drop electrodes replacement in classical polarography by more ecological solid electrodes. The screen-printed thick-film amperometric sensor was prepared for modification by nanostructures. Carbon nanotubes were grown on a working electrode. The process of nanotubes growing was improved to create homogenous and high density carbon nanotubes layer. The modified electrode is very perspective in heavy metal detection using electrochemical methods because of improvement detection properties. We were able to determine units of 1E-6 mol/L of cadmium.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT24824,
  author="Jan {Prášek} and Jaromír {Hubálek} and Martin {Adámek} and Ondřej {Jašek} and Lenka {Zajíčková}",
  title="Nanopatterned Working Electrode with Carbon Nanotubes Improving Electrochemical Sensors",
  annote="This paper deals with problem of mercury drop electrodes replacement in classical polarography by more ecological solid electrodes. The screen-printed thick-film amperometric sensor was prepared for modification by nanostructures. Carbon nanotubes were grown on a working electrode. The process of nanotubes growing was improved to create homogenous and high density carbon nanotubes layer. The modified electrode is very perspective in heavy metal detection using electrochemical methods because of improvement detection properties. We were able to determine units of 1E-6 mol/L of cadmium.",
  address="IEEE, Korea",
  booktitle="Proceedings of 5th IEEE International Conference on Sensors, IEEE-Sensors 2006",
  chapter="24824",
  institution="IEEE, Korea",
  year="2006",
  month="october",
  pages="1253",
  publisher="IEEE, Korea",
  type="conference paper"
}