Abstract: Graphene oxide-chitosan/molecular imprinting polymers (MIPs) and graphene-chitosan/MIPs sensors were prepared on the surface of glass carbon electrodes by using chitosan doped with graphene oxide and graphene as a functional matrix, uric acid as the template molecule. The effects of graphene on the sensitivity of the developed sensors were investigated via electrochemical and spectroscopic techniques. The obtained results show that sp2 conjugated structure of graphene and the forms of its interface play important roles in the sensitivity enhancement.
Template and target information: uric acid
Author keywords: Graphene, Molecular imprinted, Electrochemical sensor, uric acid, Sensitivity enhancement