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The non-enzymatic determination of glucose using an electrolytically fabricated nickel microparticle modified boron-doped diamond electrode or nickel foil electrode

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The non-enzymatic determination of glucose using an electrolytically fabricated nickel microparticle modified boron-doped diamond electrode or nickel foil electrode. / Toghill, Kathryn E.; Xiao, Lei; Phillips, Michael A.; Compton, Richard G.

In: Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Vol. 147, No. 2, 03.06.2010, p. 642-652.

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Toghill, Kathryn E. ; Xiao, Lei ; Phillips, Michael A. ; Compton, Richard G. / The non-enzymatic determination of glucose using an electrolytically fabricated nickel microparticle modified boron-doped diamond electrode or nickel foil electrode. In: Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical. 2010 ; Vol. 147, No. 2. pp. 642-652.

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title = "The non-enzymatic determination of glucose using an electrolytically fabricated nickel microparticle modified boron-doped diamond electrode or nickel foil electrode",
abstract = "A nickel modified boron-doped diamond (Ni-BDD) electrode or nickel foil electrode were used in the nonenzymatic determination of glucose in alkaline solutions. The Ni-BDD electrode was electrodeposited from a 1 mM Ni(NO(3))(2) solution (pH 5), followed by repeat cycling in KOH. Subsequent analysis utilised the Ni(OH)(2)/NiOOH redox couple to electrocatalyse the oxidation of glucose.Glucose was determined to limits of 2.7 mu M with a sensitivity of 1.04 mu A mu M(-1) cm(-2) at the Ni-BDD electrode. The foil electrode was comparably sensitive achieving a limit of 1.8 mu M but a relatively lower sensitivity of 0.67 mu A mu M(-1) cm(-2). SEM analysis of the electrodes found the Ni-BDD to be modified by a quasi-random microparticle assembly, with approximately 7.6 mu g cm(-2) of nickel present on the surface. (C) 2010 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.",
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AU - Toghill, Kathryn E.

AU - Xiao, Lei

AU - Phillips, Michael A.

AU - Compton, Richard G.

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N2 - A nickel modified boron-doped diamond (Ni-BDD) electrode or nickel foil electrode were used in the nonenzymatic determination of glucose in alkaline solutions. The Ni-BDD electrode was electrodeposited from a 1 mM Ni(NO(3))(2) solution (pH 5), followed by repeat cycling in KOH. Subsequent analysis utilised the Ni(OH)(2)/NiOOH redox couple to electrocatalyse the oxidation of glucose.Glucose was determined to limits of 2.7 mu M with a sensitivity of 1.04 mu A mu M(-1) cm(-2) at the Ni-BDD electrode. The foil electrode was comparably sensitive achieving a limit of 1.8 mu M but a relatively lower sensitivity of 0.67 mu A mu M(-1) cm(-2). SEM analysis of the electrodes found the Ni-BDD to be modified by a quasi-random microparticle assembly, with approximately 7.6 mu g cm(-2) of nickel present on the surface. (C) 2010 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

AB - A nickel modified boron-doped diamond (Ni-BDD) electrode or nickel foil electrode were used in the nonenzymatic determination of glucose in alkaline solutions. The Ni-BDD electrode was electrodeposited from a 1 mM Ni(NO(3))(2) solution (pH 5), followed by repeat cycling in KOH. Subsequent analysis utilised the Ni(OH)(2)/NiOOH redox couple to electrocatalyse the oxidation of glucose.Glucose was determined to limits of 2.7 mu M with a sensitivity of 1.04 mu A mu M(-1) cm(-2) at the Ni-BDD electrode. The foil electrode was comparably sensitive achieving a limit of 1.8 mu M but a relatively lower sensitivity of 0.67 mu A mu M(-1) cm(-2). SEM analysis of the electrodes found the Ni-BDD to be modified by a quasi-random microparticle assembly, with approximately 7.6 mu g cm(-2) of nickel present on the surface. (C) 2010 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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KW - NANOTUBE HYBRID NANOSTRUCTURES

KW - CHEMICALLY-MODIFIED ELECTRODE

KW - FLOW-INJECTION ANALYSIS

KW - THIN-FILM ELECTRODES

KW - ELECTROCHEMICAL DETECTION

KW - LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY

KW - ELECTROCATALYTIC OXIDATION

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