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標題: Enzyme immobilization and metal nanostructure decoration on functionalized electrode surface for sensor and fuel cell applications
作者: 雅哈
關鍵字: functional platform;enzyme immobilization;dispersion;Pt nanoflowers mechanism;PtRu nanoparticles.;functional platform;enzyme immobilization;dispersion;Pt nanoflowers mechanism;PtRu nanoparticles.
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This thesis describes the utilization of functional platform for stable immobilization of enzyme and dispersion of high surface area noble metal catalyst for sensor and fuel cell applications. An in-situ generated oxygen functionalities along with edge/defect plane likes sites on screen printed carbon electrode (SPCE*) were used for covalent linkage of glucose oxidase enzyme and 1-(3-Dimethylaminopropyl)-3-ethylcarbodiimide (EDC), N-Hydroxysuccinimide (NHS) coupling reagent was used to create the amide linkage for the preparation of stable glucose sensor. In the later sections, an amine and nitrogen rich poly(melamine) surface was utilized for the dispersion of deposited noble metal nanoparticles, platinum and platinum-ruthenium, and these modified surfaces were used for methanol oxidation and glycerol determination. As a future prospect, a nickel/copper poly(melamine) system for non enzymatic glucose sensing and detection of dicyandiamide and its catalytic ability towards NADH and hydrazine on (SPCE*) electrode surface have been demonstrated, respectively.
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