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|標題:||Photoelectrocatalytic oxidation of o-phenols on copper-plated screen-printed electrodes||作者:||Zen, J.M.
|關鍵字:||oxide thin-films;tyrosinase mimics;carbon electrodes;chromatography;extraction;dioxygen;catalyst;cu2o||Project:||Analytical Chemistry||期刊/報告no：:||Analytical Chemistry, Volume 75, Issue 24, Page(s) 7020-7025.||摘要:||
A novel and sensitive detection method based on photoelectrocatalytic oxidation of o-diphenols was demonstrated on a copper-plated screen-printed carbon electrode (designated CuSPE) in pH 8 phosphate buffer solution. The o-diphenols can be detected amperometrically through electrochemical oxidation at a low applied potential of -0.1 V versus Ag/AgCl, where the CuSPE is much less subject to interfering reactions. The mechanism that induces good selectivity of the CuSPE is explained in terms of the formation of a cyclic five-member complex intermediate (Cu-II-o-quinolate). A prototype homemade flow through cell design is described for incorporating the photoelectrode and light source. Electrode irradiation results in a large increase in anodic current. The oxidative photocurrents produced by irradiation increase with light intensity presumably because of the formation of semiconductor Cu2O. The principle used in this study has an opportunity to extend into various research applications.
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