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Journal ArticleDOI: 10.1016/J.FCT.2021.112099

A novel non-enzymatic glucose sensor based on NiFe(NPs)-polyaniline hybrid materials

04 Mar 2021-Food and Chemical Toxicology (Pergamon)-Vol. 151, pp 112099-112099
Abstract: This article was focused on the elaboration of NiFe-Polyaniline glucose sensors via electrochemical technique. Firstly, the PANi (polyaniline) fibers were synthesized by oxidation of the monomer aniline on FTO (fluorine tin oxide) substrate. Secondly, the Nickel–Iron nanoparticles (NiFe (NPs)) were obtained by the Chronoamperometry method on the Polyaniline surface. The NiFe-PANi hybrid electrode was characterized by scanning electron microscopy (SEM), force atomic microscopy (AFM), Fourier-transformed infrared (FTIR), and X-ray diffraction (XRD). The electrochemical glucose sensing performance of the NiFe alloy nanoparticle was studied by cyclic voltammetry and amperometry. The fabricated glucose sensor Ni–Fe hybrid material exhibited many remarkable sensing performances, such as low-response time (4 s), sensitivity (1050 μA mM−1 cm−2), broad linear range (from 10 μM −1 mM), and low limit of detection (LOD) (0.5 μM, S/N = 3). The selectivity, reliability, and stability of the NiFe hybrid material for glucose oxidation were also investigated. All the results demonstrated that the NiFe-PANi/FTO hybrid electrode is very promising for application in electrochemical glucose sensing.

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Topics: Polyaniline (57%), Cyclic voltammetry (54%), Chronoamperometry (54%) ... read more
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Journal ArticleDOI: 10.1016/J.JHAZMAT.2021.126986
Abstract: Conductive crystalline polypyrrole (Cryst-PPy), Nickel-polypyrrole (Ni-PPy), and copper- polypyrole (Cu-PPy) hybrid materials were prepared using a chemical polymerization method in an aqueous solution. Part I was focused on the Chemical synthesis of Cryst-PPy powder from an organic medium. Cryst-PPy powder was successfully synthesized by chemical route from an organic medium of acetonitrile with polyethylene oxide as a stabilizing agent and oxidizing agent like potassium peroxydisulfate. The morphological study was showed the presence of spherical nanoparticles and cubic microparticles giving rise to a denser structure of PPy. In the second part, the based electrodes composites were examined in the oxidation of phenol by an electrochemical process in an alkaline medium. To follow the yield of phenol degradation at the alkaline solution, UV–visible analysis was performed at the following operating conditions: current density of 0.58 mA cm−2, phenol initial concentration of 0.150 M and for 3 h processing; the rate of phenol elimination was 56%, 38% and 28% for Cu-PPy, Ni-PPy, and pure PPy electrodes respectively. Thus, can be found that the doped Cu-PPy electrodes electrode is a new material with high electrochemical oxidation ability for phenol degradation in aqueous solutions.

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Topics: Aqueous solution (55%), Phenol (52%), Oxidizing agent (52%) ... read more

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Journal ArticleDOI: 10.1007/S11664-021-09031-2
Abstract: A two-step process was used to prepare a nickel-polyaniline nanocomposite (Ni (NPs)-PANI). The first step consisted of the electrodeposition of polyaniline (PANI) in the form of thin films on fluorine-doped tin oxide (FTO) substrates from a solution of aniline, lithium perchlorate, and sulfuric acid at a pH of 0.5. In the next step, the obtained Ni (NPs) were deposed in this polyaniline films. The structural, morphological, and electrocatalytic properties of the prepared nanocomposites were then investigated. X-ray diffraction (XRD) confirmed the cubic structure of the nanocomposites, and Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) indicated the existence of nickel and polyaniline in the prepared nanocomposites. Morphological analysis carried out through SEM revealed that the nanocomposites exhibit uniform dispersion of nickel nanoparticles into the polyaniline matrix. Amperometry and cyclic voltammetry were employed to investigate the electrocatalytic glucose oxidation behavior of the nanocomposite electrode in the alkaline medium. The prepared nickel-polyaniline nanocomposite electrode exhibited high sensitivity (278.8 µA mM−1 cm−2) in a range from 0.02 to 1 mM at a sufficiently fast response time of 3 s and a low glucose detection limit of 1 µM (S/N = 3). A cost-effective and straightforward synthesis procedure to prepare Ni (NPs)-PANI nanocomposite would make this material an efficient glucose sensor with appropriate stability, higher reproducibility, and excellent sensitivity.

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Topics: Polyaniline (59%), Nanocomposite (54%), Cyclic voltammetry (53%) ... read more

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Journal ArticleDOI: 10.1039/D1AY01357B
Xiaoyun Xu1, Rong Tan, Xiaoyi Lv1, Chao Geng1  +3 moreInstitutions (1)
26 Oct 2021-Analytical Methods
Abstract: In this work, Ni–Cu bimetallic alloy nanoparticles supported on reduced graphene oxide (Ni–Cu ANPs/RGO) was successfully fabricated through a one-step hydrothermal synthesis method, where simultaneous reduction of graphene oxide, nickel salt and copper salt was performed, and relevant characterization studies were executed. This synthetic method does not require surfactants and high temperature treatment, and is recommended as a green, convenient and effective way to produce composites. The unique two-dimensional architecture of the RGO provides a large specific surface area, contributing to loading more Ni–Cu ANPs, while the uniformly distributed Ni–Cu bimetallic alloy nanoparticles enhance the electrocatalytic performance of glucose oxidation. The non-enzymatic glucose biosensor based on Ni–Cu ANPs/RGO showed a wide linear range (from 0.01 μM to 30 μM), low detection limit (0.005 μM), and excellent sensitivity (1754.72 μA mM−1 cm−2). More importantly, the high reliability and the excellent selectivity in actual sample detection will broaden its practical application in electrochemical sensing.

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Topics: Graphene (51%)

Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.1016/J.CHEMOSPHERE.2021.132921
16 Nov 2021-Chemosphere
Abstract: Since the discovery of MXenes at Drexel University in the United States in 2011, there has been extensive research regarding various applications of MXenes including environmental remediation. MXenes with a general formula of Mn+1XnTx are a class of two-dimensional (2D) transition metal carbides, carbonitrides, and nitrides with unique chemical and physical characteristics as nanomaterials. MXenes feature characteristics such as high conductivity, hydrophobicity, and large specific surface areas that are attracting attention from researchers in many fields including environmental water engineering such as desalination and wastewater treatment as well as designing and building efficient sensors to detect hazardous pollutants in water. In this study, we review recent developments in MXene-based nanocomposites for electrochemical (bio) sensing with a particular focus on the detection of hazardous pollutants, such as organic components, pesticides, nitrite, and heavy metals. Integration of these 2D materials in electrochemical enzyme-based and affinity-based biosensors for environmental pollutants is also discussed. In addition, a summary of the key challenges and future remarks are presented. Although this field is relatively new, future research on biosensors of MXene-based nanocomposites need to exploit the remarkable properties of these 2D materials.

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Topics: MXenes (59%)

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Journal ArticleDOI: 10.1107/S0021889878012844
Abstract: Existing knowledge about Scherrer constants is reviewed and a summary is given of the interpretation of the broadening arising from small crystallites. Early work involving the half-width as a measure of breadth has been completed and Scherrer constants of simple regular shapes have been determined for all low-angle reflections (h2 + k2 + l2 ≤ 100) for four measures of breadth. The systematic variation of Scherrer constant with hkl is discussed and a convenient representation in the form of contour maps is applied to simple shapes. The relation between the `apparent' crystallite size, as determined by X-ray methods, and the `true' size is considered for crystallites having the same shape. If they are of the same size, then the normal Scherrer constant applies, but if there is a distribution of sizes, a modified Scherrer constant must be used.

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Topics: Scherrer equation (70%)

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Journal ArticleDOI: 10.1016/J.BIOS.2009.06.041
Limin Lu1, Li Zhang1, Fengli Qu1, Fengli Qu2  +7 moreInstitutions (2)
Abstract: Highly ordered Ni nanowire arrays (NiNWAs) were synthesized for the first time using a template-directed electropolymerization strategy with a nanopore polycarbonate (PC) membrane template, and their morphological characterization were examined by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and transmission electron microscope (TEM). A NiNWAs based electrode shows very high electrochemical activity for electrocatalytic oxidation of glucose in alkaline medium, which has been utilized as the basis of the fabrication of a nonenzymatic biosensor for electrochemical detection of glucose. The biosensor can be applied to the quantification of glucose with a linear range covering from 5.0x10(-7) to 7.0x10(-3) M, a high sensitivity of 1043 microA mM(-1) cm(-2), and a low detection limit of 1x10(-7) M. The experiment results also showed that the sensor exhibits good reproducibility and long-term stability, as well as high selectivity with no interference from other oxidable species.

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Topics: Biosensor (55%), Electrochemical gas sensor (55%), Nanopore (52%)

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Journal ArticleDOI: 10.1039/C6TB02037B
Hua Zhu1, Li Li2, Wei Zhou3, Zongping Shao2  +2 moreInstitutions (3)
Abstract: Glucose sensors have been extensively developed because of their broad applications, especially in diabetes diagnosis. Up to date, electrochemical enzymatic glucose sensors are commonly used in daily life for glucose detection and commercially successful as glucose-meters because they exhibit excellent selectivity, high reliability, and could be handled under physiological pH conditions. However, considering some intrinsic disadvantages of enzymes, such as high fabrication cost and poor stability, non-enzymatic glucose sensors have attracted increasing research interest in recent years due to their low cost, high stability, prompt response, and low detection limit. Furthermore, the development of nanotechnology has also offered new opportunities to construct nanostructured electrodes for glucose sensing applications. With distinguished advantages, metal oxides have garnered extensive effort in the development of cost-effective sensors with high stability, sensitivity and quick response for the determination of glucose via electrochemical oxidation. Hence, this review summarizes the advances in non-enzymatic glucose sensors based on different metal oxides (such as ZnO, CuO/Cu2O, NiO, Co3O4, MnO2, etc.) and their nanocomposites. Additionally, a brief prospective is presented on metal oxides for glucose sensors.

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Journal ArticleDOI: 10.1016/J.JCIS.2019.10.007
Abstract: In this article, we report the simultaneous determination cholesterol (CL), ascorbic (AA) acid and uric acid (UA) at a carbon paste electrode (CPE) modified with copper oxide decorated reduced graphene (CuO-rGR), with 1-methyl-3-octylimidazolium tetrafluoroborate (1M3OIDTFB) as a binder. The electrode, CuO-rGR/1M3OIDTFB/CPE, showed remarkable sensitivities towards the determination of the analytes, and well defined and clearly separated oxidation peaks were obtained during their simultaneous analysis in a buffer solution at pH 7.4. The differences observed between their peaks potentials are as follows: 430 mV (between CL and AA), 270 mV (between AA and UA) and 700 mV (between CL and UA). The morphologies and structure properties of the CuO-rGR were investigated by FESEMD and EDAX methods. The CuO-rGR/1M3OIDTFB/CPE displayed linear response in the concentration ranges 0.04–300.0 μM, 0.04–240.0 μM and 0.4–400.0 μM for CL, AA and UA with the detection limits 9.0 nM, 9.0 nM and 0.08 μM, respectively. The CuO-rGR/1M3OIDTFB/CPE displayed high performance for the determination of CL, AA and UA in real samples.

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Topics: Ascorbic acid (57%), Carbon paste electrode (54%), Buffer solution (53%)

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Journal ArticleDOI: 10.1002/TCR.201900092
01 Jul 2020-Chemical Record
Abstract: Analysis of food, pharmaceutical, and environmental compounds is an inevitable issue to evaluate quality of the compounds used in human life. Quality of drinking water, food products, and pharmaceutical compounds is directly associated with human health. Presence of forbidden additives in food products, toxic compounds in water samples and drugs with low quality lead to important problems for human health. Therefore, attention to analytical strategy for investigation of quality of food, pharmaceutical, and environmental compounds and monitoring presence of forbidden compounds in materials used by humans has increased in recent years. Analytical methods help to identify and quantify both permissible and unauthorized compounds present in the materials used in human daily life. Among analytical methods, electrochemical methods have been shown to have more advantages compared to other analytical methods due to their portability and low cost. Most of big companies have applied this type of analytical methods because of their fast and selective analysis. Due to simple operation and high diversity of electroanalytical sensors, these types of sensors are expected to be the future generation of analytical systems. Therefore, many scientists and researchers have focused on designing and fabrication of electroanalytical sensors with good selectivity and high sensitivity for different types of compounds such as drugs, food, and environmental pollutants. In this paper, we described the mechanism and different examples of DNA, enzymatic and electro-catalytic methods for electroanalytical determination of drug, food and environmental compounds.

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