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|Title:||AAO-CNTs electrode on microfluidic flow injection system for rapid iodide sensing|
|Keywords:||Carbon nanotubes;Flow injection;In-channel electrochemical detection;Iodide detection;Lab-on-a-chip;Microfluidic device|
|Citation:||Nacapricha, Duangjai. AAO-CNTs electrode on microfluidic flow injection system for rapid iodide sensing. Talanta. 84, 5 (2011);1390-1395|
|Abstract:||In this work, carbon nanotubes (CNTs) nanoarrays in anodized aluminum oxide (AAO-CNTs) nanopore is integrated on a microfluidic flow injection system for in-channel electrochemical detection of iodide. The device was fabricated from PDMS (polydimethylsiloxane) microchannel bonded on glass substrates that contains three-electrode electrochemical system, including AAO-CNTs as a working electrode, silver as a reference electrode and platinum as an auxiliary electrode. Aluminum, stainless steel catalyst, silver and platinum layers were sputtered on the glass substrate through shadow masks. Aluminum layer was then anodized by two-step anodization process to form nanopore template. CNTs were then grown in AAO template by thermal chemical vapor deposition. The amperometric detection of iodide was performed in 500-μm-wide and 100-μm-deep microchannels on the microfluidic chip. The influences of flow rate, injection volume and detection potential on the current response were optimized. From experimental results, AAO-CNTs electrode on chip offers higher sensitivity and wider dynamic range than CNTs electrode with no AAO template.|
|Appears in Collections:||Chemistry: International Proceedings|
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