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Feng Luan

Bio: Feng Luan is an academic researcher from Yantai University. The author has contributed to research in topics: Capillary electrophoresis & Cyclic voltammetry. The author has an hindex of 16, co-authored 60 publications receiving 861 citations.


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Guangfen Mu1, Huitao Liu1, Lina Xu1, Lihua Tian1, Feng Luan1 
TL;DR: In this paper, a capillary zone electrophoresis method was proposed for simultaneous detection and quantification of three tetracycline antibiotics in commercial milk samples, i.e., tetracecline, oxytetracycine, and doxycycline.
Abstract: A capillary zone electrophoresis method was proposed for simultaneous detection and quantification of three tetracycline antibiotics in commercial milk samples, i.e., tetracycline, oxytetracycline, and doxycycline. The influences of the electrolyte composition, pH, as well as temperature and applied voltage on separation were investigated. The optimal running buffer was 30 mM Na2HPO4 and 1 mM EDTA at pH 11.5, with 3 s hydrodynamic injection, 25 kV applied voltage, and UV detection at 268 nm. Matrix solid-phase dispersion procedure was used for sample pretreatment. Several solid support materials were investigated, and silica with bonded C18 chains (C18) was used as sorbent. Electrophoretic analysis was completed in less than 6 min, with LODs ranging from 0.0745 μg/mL for oxytetracycline to 0.0808 μg/mL for doxycycline. The recoveries obtained were between 93.4% and 102%.

66 citations

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TL;DR: This paper suggested some measures for enhancing the strength of the halogen bond relative to the hydrogen bond in the H(2)CS-HOX (X = F, Cl, and Br) system by means of quantum chemical calculations.
Abstract: The properties and applications of halogen bonds are dependent greatly on their strength. In this paper, we suggested some measures for enhancing the strength of the halogen bond relative to the hydrogen bond in the H2CS–HOX (X = F, Cl, and Br) system by means of quantum chemical calculations. It has been shown that with comparison to H2CO, the S electron donor in H2CS results in a smaller difference in strength for the Cl halogen bond and the corresponding hydrogen bond, and the Br halogen bond is even stronger than the hydrogen bond. The Li atom in LiHCS and methyl group in MeHCS cause an increase in the strength of halogen bonding and hydrogen bonding, but the former makes the halogen bond stronger and the latter makes the hydrogen bond stronger. In solvents, the halogen bond in the Br system is strong enough to compete with the hydrogen bond. The interaction nature and properties in these complexes have been analyzed with the natural bond orbital theory.

63 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, a non-enzymatic glucose biosensor composed of a nickel oxide nanoparticle/polyaniline nanowire/graphene oxide hybrid composite on a glassy carbon electrode (NiONP/PANiNW/GO/GCE) was proposed.
Abstract: We propose here a novel non-enzymatic glucose biosensor composed of a nickel oxide nanoparticle/polyaniline nanowire/graphene oxide hybrid composite on a glassy carbon electrode (NiONP/PANiNW/GO/GCE). The composite, prepared by mixing aniline with graphene oxide (GO) together, was transferred onto the surface of a bare glassy carbon electrode (GCE). This was then immersed in deoxygenated 50 mM NiCl2 solution and electrodeposited at −0.8 V for 400 s to obtain the modified electrode, NiONP/PANiNW/GO/GCE. We characterized the morphology and electrochemical performance of the modified electrode using scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and cyclic voltammetry (CV), respectively. We found that the NiONP/PANiNW/GO/GCE exhibits higher electrocatalytic activity for glucose oxidation than a nickel oxide nanosheet/graphene oxide modified glassy carbon electrode (NiONS/GO/GCE) in alkaline solution. The sensitivity of the sensor towards glucose oxidation is 376.22 μA mM−1 cm−2 with a linearity range of 2 μM to 5.560 mM and a detection limit of 0.5 μM (S/N = 3). The sensor selectively detects glucose in the presence of common interfering species such as ascorbic acid, uric acid and dopamine. Furthermore, we examined the applicability of this modified electrode as a sensing probe for the detection of glucose concentration in fetal bovine serum. We conclude that the highly selective and sensitive NiONP/PANiNW/GO/GCE based non-enzymatic glucose sensor has the potential to be applied to the accurate measurement of glucose levels for various practical purposes such as clinical diagnosis and food analysis, etc.

60 citations

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Feng Luan1, Shuang Zhang1, Dandan Chen1, Kun Zheng1, Xuming Zhuang1 
15 May 2018-Talanta
TL;DR: The as-prepared nanocomposites were used to build a modified glassy carbon electrode serving as a hydrazine (N2H4) electrochemical sensor that exhibited good electrocatalytic performance, sensitivity, reproducibility, and selectivity, and was successfully used for the practical determination of N 2H4 in lake water samples with satisfactory recoveries.

57 citations

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01 Jan 2019-Talanta
TL;DR: The use of the ECL immunoassay for PSA detection were used to measure in clinical human serum samples of prostate cancer patients and controls with excellent correlation to referee chemiluminescence method.

55 citations


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TL;DR: This paper will focus on the mental attitude required by experimental design, and show the real advantages in terms of reduced experimental effort and of increased quality of information that can be obtained if this approach is followed.

580 citations