Publication detail

New approach to polymer screen-printed electrodes enhancement

PRÁŠEK, J. CHOMOUCKÁ, J. POLICKÝ, J.

Original Title

New approach to polymer screen-printed electrodes enhancement

English Title

New approach to polymer screen-printed electrodes enhancement

Type

journal article

Language

en

Original Abstract

New multi walled carbon nanotubes based polymer nanocompositions have been prepared for working electrodes fabrication. Electrodes were screen-printed on a previously prepared alumina electrode substrate. These electrodes were tested on the cadmium and lead ions detection in aqueous solution. Fabricated electrodes were modified with acidic treatment and analyzed again. Obtained detection properties of non-modified and modified electrodes were finally compared.

English abstract

New multi walled carbon nanotubes based polymer nanocompositions have been prepared for working electrodes fabrication. Electrodes were screen-printed on a previously prepared alumina electrode substrate. These electrodes were tested on the cadmium and lead ions detection in aqueous solution. Fabricated electrodes were modified with acidic treatment and analyzed again. Obtained detection properties of non-modified and modified electrodes were finally compared.

Keywords

screen-printed electrode, heavy metals analysis, nanocomposition, acidic treatment

RIV year

2010

Released

22.09.2010

Location

Sofia

Pages from

88

Pages to

90

Pages count

3

BibTex


@article{BUT50567,
  author="Jan {Prášek} and Jana {Pekárková} and Jiří {Polický}",
  title="New approach to polymer screen-printed electrodes enhancement",
  annote="New multi walled carbon nanotubes based polymer nanocompositions have been prepared for working electrodes fabrication. Electrodes were screen-printed on a previously prepared alumina electrode substrate. These electrodes were tested on the cadmium and lead ions detection in aqueous solution. Fabricated electrodes were modified with acidic treatment and analyzed again. Obtained detection properties of non-modified and modified electrodes were finally compared.",
  chapter="50567",
  journal="Annual Journal of Electronics",
  number="1",
  volume="4",
  year="2010",
  month="september",
  pages="88--90",
  type="journal article"
}