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Electrochemical Microsensors for the Detection of Cadmium(II) and Lead(II) Ions in Plants
Routine determination of trace metals in complex media is still a difficult task for many analytical instruments. The aim of this work was to compare three electro-chemical instruments [a standard potentiostat (Autolab), ...
Modification of working electrode surface with carbon nanotubes as an electrochemical sensor for estimation of melting points of DNA
(Elsevier BV, 2009-09-06)
Screen-printed with three electrode system was used in this study. A working electrode has been printed from carbon nanotubes based paste on silver layer modified with nano-patterned structures for the first case. In the ...
Silver(I) Ions Ultrasensitive Detection at Carbon Electrodes-Analysis of Waters, Tobacco Cells and Fish Tissues
We used carbon paste electrodes and a standard potentiostat to detect silver ions. The detection limit (3 Signal/Noise ratio) was estimated as 0.5 mu M. A standard electrochemical instrument microanalysis of silver(I) ions ...
Bio-Sensing of Cadmium(II) Ions Using Staphylococcus aureus
Cadmium, as a hazardous pollutant commonly present in the living environment, represents an important risk to human health due to its undesirable effects (oxidative stress, changes in activities of many enzymes, interactions ...