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Synthesis of carbon nanofibers for mediatorless sensitive detection of NADH

By Liu Y, Hou HQ and You TY


Highly sensitive amperometric detection of dihydronicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NADH) by using novel synthesized carbon nanofibers (CNFs) without addition of any mediator has been proposed. The CNFs were prepared by combination of electrospinning technique with thermal treatment method and were applied without any oxidation pretreatment to construct the electrochemical sensor. In amperometric detection of NADH, a linear range up to 11.45 mu M with a low detection limit of 20 nM was obtained with the CNF-modified carbon paste electrode (CNF-CPE)

Topics: DIHYDRONICOTINAMIDE ADENINE-DINUCLEOTIDE, ELECTROCATALYTIC OXIDATION, ELECTROCHEMICAL OXIDATION, ASCORBIC-ACID, URIC-ACID, ELECTRODES, NANOTUBES, BIOSENSOR, DEHYDROGENASE, DERIVATIVES, electrochemical oxidation, Vitamin C, Uric acid, Electrodes, Nanotubes, biosensor, Derivatives, 电化学氧化, Ascorbic acid, ACIDE ASCORBIQUE, ASCORBINSAEURE, ELECTRODES (FRANCAIS), ELEKTRODEN, Buckminsterfullerenes, semiconductor nanotubes, fullerene, bucky balls, buckyballs, nano-sized tubes, nano tubes, nanoscale tubes, nanotubules, 生物传感器
Year: 2008
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