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Title: Electrochemical nitric oxide sensor preparation: a comparison of two electrochemical methods of electrode surface modification
Authors: nizam diab
joshua oni, $Other$Other
wolfgang schuhmann, $Other$Other
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Bioelectrochemistry
Abstract: Platinum electrodes modified with Mn(II) 5-(N-(8-pyrrole-yl-3,6-dioxa-1-aminooctane)phenylamide-10,15,20-trimethoxyphenylporphyrin (Mn(II)triOMeTCPPyP) using multi-sweep cyclic voltammetry and differential pulse amperometry were evaluated as electrocatalytic surfaces for the oxidation of nitric oxide. The electrodes modified using the pulse amperometric approach were more sensitive towards the detection of nitric oxide. The increased sensitivity led to the attainment of a wider linear dynamic range for the quantification of nitric oxide
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