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High catalytic activity of electrochemically reduced graphene composite toward electrochemical sensing of Orange II


, : High catalytic activity of electrochemically reduced graphene composite toward electrochemical sensing of Orange II. Food Chemistry 169: 114-119

Orange II, an azo dye, is sometimes illegally used as a red dye in food products despite its adverse health effects if consumed. Therefore, the determination of low concentrations of Orange II is an important target. An Orange II sensor was prepared using electrochemically reduced graphene oxide grafted with 5-amino-1,3,4-thiadiazole-2-thiol-Pt nanoparticles (denoted as ERGO-ATDT-Pt) onto a glassy carbon electrode (GCE) and investigated for Orange II detection in 0.1M acetate buffer solution (ABS at pH 4.5) with prominent reversible redox peaks. A wide linear range of 1×10(-)(8)-6×10(-)(7)M with a low detection limit of 3.4×10(-)(10)M (s/n=3) was found for Orange II detection. This developed ERGO-ATDT-Pt/GCE sensor showed good selectivity, excellent stability and better response to the real sample analysis with excellent recovery.

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PMID: 25236205

DOI: 10.1016/j.foodchem.2014.07.143


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