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Inventors: Zhou XM, Jiang HJ, Wen TT, Wang RY, Li Y, Liu S, Xue C
Patent Title: Preparation method of reduction state graphene and platinum nanometer particle composite material modified molecularly imprinted membrane electrochemical sensor
Publication date: 2012
Publication number: CN102539493

Abstract: The invention discloses a preparation method of a reduction state graphene and platinum nanometer particle composite material modified molecularly imprinted membrane electrochemical sensor. The method sequentially comprises the steps of electrode pretreatment process, platinum nanometer particle electrochemical deposition on the electrode surface, polyelectrolyte modification on the reduction state graphene, platinum nanometer particle assembly, molecularly imprinted layer self assembly, electro-polymerization reaction and template molecule elution. The molecularly imprinted membrane electrochemical sensor prepared by the preparation method provided by the invention has the advantages that the selectivity is good, the sensitivity and the anti-jamming capability are high, and the fast detection on trace environment estrogen in complex substrates can be carried out.
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