Home List of Titles Catalytic-oxidation of NADH at a methylene-green chemically modified electrode and FIA applications
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- Catalytic-oxidation of NADH at a methylene-green chemically modified electrode and FIA applications
- Chen, Hong-Yuan; Yu, Ai-Min; Han, Ji-Lin; Mi, Yin-Zhong
- Chemically modified electrodes with Methylene Green (MG) incorporated into carbon paste exhibit excellent electrocatalytic ability for reduced nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NADH), reducing oxidation overpotential by 600mV compared with the direct oxidation of NADH at unmodified electrode. In flow injection analysis (FIA) of NADH, MG-modified carbon paste electrodes show high catalytic activity and stability, with linear response range over about 3 orders of magnitude and a detection limit of 1.0 pmol. Furthermore, the influence of various experimental conditions was explored for optimum analytical performance.
- Publication type
- Journal article
- Analytical Letters, Vol. 28, no. 9 (Jul 1995), pp. 1579-1591
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- FOR Code(s)
- 0301 Analytical Chemistry
- Amperometric detection; Electrocatalytic oxidation; Flow injection analysis; Methylene green; Modified electrodes; NADH
- Marcel Dekker (now an imprint of Taylor & Francis)
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- Copyright © 1995 by Marcel Dekker, Inc. The copyright policy of the publisher allows the accepted manuscript of the paper to be reproduced here after a publisher-imposed embargo period.
- Peer reviewed