Electrodeposition of Silver Amalgam on Thin Gold Film Electrodes for Voltammetric Detection of 4Nitrophenol and DNA Labeled with Osmium TetroxideBipyridine Complex
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Herein, electrodes made of vapordeposited thin gold films (vAuE) were used as an alternative substrate for the electrodeposition of silver amalgam particles (AgAPs), next to indium tin oxide and pyrolytic graphite, which are already used. The conditions and parameters of double pulse chronoamperometry were optimized for the mostsensitive voltammetric detection of 4nitrophenol (4NP). The resulting electrodes were characterized by scanning electron microscope with energy dispersive Xray spectroscopy.
SourceElectroanalysis. 2019, vol. 31, issue 10, p. 1952-1960.