Inventors: Xiang HY
, Dai KJ
, Luo QZ
Self-assembling electrode with resveratrol molecular imprinting and method for making same
Publication date: 2009
The invention provides a self-assembled electrode provided with a resveratrol molecular engram. The electrode consists of ITO glass, a siloxane monomolecular layer and a resveratrol molecular engram layer of which the thickness is 0.1 to 1 mu m in turn. The siloxane monomolecular layer is formed by using gama-(methyl acryloyl oxygen) propyl trimethoxy silane as a silanizing agent through a self-assembly method; the resveratrol molecular engram layer contains a polymer which is formed through thermal-initiated polymerization and have a resveratrol engram space; and the engram layer is connected with the siloxane monomolecular layer through a covalent bond formed by the reaction of an olefinic bond of cross linker in the polymer and an olefinic bond in the gama-(methyl acryloyl oxygen) propyl trimethoxy silane. The electrode has better identifying selectivity for resveratrol, and can be used for quick electrochemical detection of high sensitivity and high selectivity of the resveratrol.
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