Carbon Paste Modified Electrode as Powerful Sensor Approach Determination of Food Contaminants, Drug Ingredients, and Environmental Pollutants: A Review

Author(s): Hassan Karimi-Maleh*, Fatemeh Karimi, Morteza Rezapour, Majede Bijad, Mohammad Farsi, Aliasghar Beheshti, Seyed-Ahmad Shahidi.

Journal Name: Current Analytical Chemistry

Volume 15 , Issue 4 , 2019

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Abstract:

Background: Application of electrochemical sensors for analysis of food, biological and water polluting compounds helps to speed up their analysis in the real samples. Electrochemical sensors with low cost, fast response and portable ability are a better choice compared to traditional methods for analysis of electro-active compounds such as HPLC. Therefore, in recent years, many analytical scientists have suggested this type of analytical method for analysis of food, biological compounds and water pollutants.

Objective: Due to low cost, easy modification and low non-faradic current, the carbon paste electrode is a suitable choice as a working electrode in the electrochemical and especially voltammetric analysis. On the other hand, modification of carbon paste electrode can improve the quality of the sensor for the analysis of electroactive compounds at nanomolar level.

Keywords: Carbon paste electrode, drug and water pollutant analysis, electrochemistry, food, modified electrode, electrochemical sensors.

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VOLUME: 15
ISSUE: 4
Year: 2019
Page: [410 - 422]
Pages: 13
DOI: 10.2174/1573411014666181026100037
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