Detection Trace Copper by Carbon Nanotube Chemically Modified Electrode via Flame Synthesis
The grown in situ carbon nanotube chemically modified electrode (GSCNT-CME) was prepared by growing carbon nanotube (CNT) in situ on the pretreated graphite electrode (GE) via a liquid ethanol ﬂame. The GSCNT-CME was applied to detect the trace copper in water. The researching results showed that the GSCNT-CME has good electrochemical detection sensitivity and accuracy in the detection of trace copper in water.
Rongming Wang, Ying Wu and Xiaofeng Wu
Q. Jiang et al., "Detection Trace Copper by Carbon Nanotube Chemically Modified Electrode via Flame Synthesis", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 688, pp. 37-40, 2011