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Reference type: Journal
Authors: Mobram M, Maloumi Z
Article Title: Study the Sensory Effects of Toxic Compounds of Benzimidazoles by Conductometry.
Publication date: 2016
Journal: Bulletin of Environment, Pharmacology and Life Sciences
Volume: 5
Issue: (12)
Page numbers: 1-10.
Alternative URL: http://bepls.com/nov_2016/1f.pdf

Abstract: Sensors have different kind. The sensors based on electrical conductivity are considered as one of chemical sensors. Lack of selectivity is among deficiencies of these sensors. This feature has limited the application of these sensors in different industries. The proposed method in this research work is to increase the selectivity of sensor based on the electrical conductivity by molecular molding in order to produce polymer. In recent years, conductive polymers carried out applications in this field and in this case, polyaniline has potential capabilities. In the current research, the sensing effects of Benzimidazole compounds were studied with conductometry by using molecularly imprinting method. Increasing the selectivity of the respective sensor in accordance with conductometry and based on changes in the electrical conductivity of polymer before and after connecting to the desired toxin, by the use of molecular imprinting method for the preparation of polymers is the proposed method in this research work.
Template and target information: benzimidazoles, carbendazim, thiophanate-methyl
Author keywords: sensor, Conductometry, molecular imprinted polymer (MIP), polyaniline, Benzimidazoles


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