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2019

Application of Black Phosphorus Nanosheets Modified Electrode for Electrochemical Determination of Ascorbic Acid


 Kai Jin Tian Kai Jin Tian , Lei Hu Lei Hu , Yong Ping Dong Yong Ping Dong , Xiang Feng Chu Xiang Feng Chu
Российский электрохимический журнал
https://doi.org/10.1134/S1023193519120176
Abstract / Full Text

Black phosphorus nanosheets (BPNS) were synthesized through liquid exfoliation method coupling with ultrasonication. The synthesized BPNS were characterized by transmission electron microscopy, size-distribution analysis, and Raman spectroscopy. The results revealed that few layers BP nanosheets with an average lateral size of 240 nm were obtained. BPNS modified glassy carbon electrode (BPNS/GCE) was fabricated, and used to study the electrochemical reaction of ascorbic acid (AA). The oxidation current of AA increased nearly 6-times and the oxidation potential was negatively shifted compared with the bare GCE, which should be result from the large surface area and good charge transfer ability of BPNS film. Several impacting factors including the amount of modified BPNS, the pH value, and the potential scan rate, were investigated. Under the optimal condition, differential pulse voltammetry was used to detect AA in the range of 1–35 nM with a detection limit of 0.3 nM. The obtained results revealed the potential electrochemical sensing application of BP nanomaterials, which should promote the further analytical application of two-dimensional nanomaterials.

Author information
  • School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Hexian Development Institute of Chemical Industry, Anhui University of Technology, 243002, Maanshan, China

    Kai Jin Tian, Lei Hu, Yong Ping Dong & Xiang Feng Chu

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