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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Li ZM, Liu JM, Liu ZB, Liu QY, Lin X, Li FM, Yang ML, Zhu GH, Huang XM
Article Title: Preparation for nitrocellulose membrane-poly (vinyl alcohol)-ionic imprinting and its application to determine trace copper by room temperature phosphorimetry.
Publication date: 2007
Journal: Analytica Chimica Acta
Volume: 589
Issue: (1)
Page numbers: 44-50.
DOI: 10.1016/j.aca.2007.02.044
Alternative URL: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/B6TF4-4N43RW7-4/2/af16ccfa77272277537d2a4ce19f8944

Abstract: Nitrocellulose membrane-poly (vinyl alcohol)-ionic imprinting (NCM-PVA-I-I) was prepared using Cu2+ as template. The cavity in NCM-PVA-I-I matched Cu2+ very well and the selectivity was high. Cu2+ entered the cavity and then could form ionic association ([Cu2+][(Fin-)2]) with the anion of fluorescein (Fin-) outside the cavity by electrostatic effect. [Cu2+][(Fin-)2] could emit strong and stable room temperature phosphorescence on NCM-PVA-I-I. Its Δ Ip was proportional to the content of Cu2+. Based on the above facts, a new method for the determination of trace copper by solid substrate-room temperature phosphorimetry (NCM-PVA-I-I-SS-RTP, SS-RTP is the abbreviation of solid substrate-room temperature phosphorimetry) using NCM-PVA-I-I technique has been established. The linear range of this method was 2.00-144.00 fg Cu2+ spot-1 (sample volume: 0.40 μL spot-1, corresponding concentration: 5.00-360.00 pg mL-1), and the detection limit calculated by 3Sb/k was 0.43 fg Cu2+ spot-1 (corresponding concentration: 1.1 x 10-12 g mL-1, n = 11). Samples containing 2.00 and 144.00 fg Cu2+spot-1 were measured, respectively, for seven times and R.S.D.s were 3.5% and 4.7%. NCM-PVA-I-I-SS-RTP could combine very well the characteristics of both the high sensitivity of SS-RTP and the high match and selectivity of NCM-PVA-I-I, and it was rapid, accurate, sensitive and with good repeatability. It has been successfully applied to determine trace copper in human hair and tea samples
Template and target information: copper ion, Cu(II)
Author keywords: copper, Nitrocellulose membrane-poly (vinyl alcohol)-ionic imprinting technique, Solid substrate-room temperature phosphorimetry


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