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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Yu XY, Liu ZG, Huang XJ
Article Title: Nanostructured metal oxides/hydroxides-based electrochemical sensor for monitoring environmental micropollutants.
Publication date: 2014
Journal: Trends in Environmental Analytical Chemistry
Volume: 3-4
Page numbers: 28-35.
DOI: 10.1016/j.teac.2014.07.001
Alternative URL: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2214158814000312

Abstract: Nanostructured metal oxides/hydroxides (NMOs/HOs) with unique optical, electrical and molecular properties, chemical and photochemical stability, electrochemical activity, large surface area along with desired functionalities have recently become important as materials to construct electrochemical sensor for monitoring environmental micropollutants. In this review, we present and discuss the NMOs/HOs-based electrochemical sensor for detection of micropollutants including toxic organic micropollutants, heavy metal ions (HMIs), and anions in water. The analytical performance of a NMOs/HOs-based electrochemical sensor can be improved by tailoring the properties of the NMOs/HOs through engineering of morphology, particle size, exposed crystal facets, effective surface area, functionality, adsorption capability and electron-transfer properties. These interesting NMOs/HOs are expected to find potential applications in a new generation of miniaturized, smart electrochemical environmental monitoring devices
Template and target information: Review - electrochemical sensors from metal oxides
Author keywords: Nanostructured metal oxides, hydroxides, Electrochemical sensor, Micropollutant monitoring, Heavy metal ions, Organic micropollutants, Toxic anions


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