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Jéssica Santos Gomes ◽  
Érica Abadia Da Costa ◽  
Rodrigo A. A. Munoz ◽  
Alberto De Oliveira ◽  
Raquel M. F. Sousa

Abstract Most electrochemical sensors reported for catechin determination in herbal medicines actually involve the detection of not only catechins but also other flavonoids. This work proposes a strategy to selectively detect and quantify flavan-3-ol, known as catechins, in the presence of other flavonoids by complexation with AlCl3. Flavonoids (e.g.,rutin, quercetin) form stable complex with AlCl3 which affect the electrooxidation of these molecules. Hence, the electrochemical oxidation of catechin is free from the interference of other flavonoids as shown by differential-pulse voltammetry using glassy-carbon electrode. The approach was applied to herbal medicines and mass-spectrometry confirmed the presence of catechins in such samples.

The Analyst ◽  
2022 ◽  
Siwei Shi ◽  
Haoxi Wu ◽  
Ling Zhang ◽  
pengfei Xiong ◽  
Denglei Chen ◽  

A procedure for electroanalytical determination of the uranyl ions pre-concentrated from natural water by cloud point extraction (CPE) was developed in this work. The CPE parameters, such as surfactant concentration,...

Jelena Dušan Lović

Electrodeposited palladium was used as an electrocatalyst for electrochemical oxidation of hydrazine and methanol and the development of a sensitive platform for their detection. The electrochemical behavior of the electrode was evaluated by cyclic voltammetry (CV) while electroanalytical properties were determined by means of differential pulse voltammetry (DPV). The electrodeposited Pd catalyst exhibited good electrocatalytic activity towards the oxidation of hydrazine in neutral solution and methanol oxidation in alkaline solution. Under optimized DPV conditions, the electrodeposited Pd electrode shows good sensing capability in hydrazine and methanol detection.

Micromachines ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 12 (12) ◽  
pp. 1519
Jin-Guang Liu ◽  
Jia-Zheng Wan ◽  
Qing-Min Lin ◽  
Guo-Cheng Han ◽  
Xiao-Zhen Feng ◽  

Quercetin (Qu) is one of the most abundant flavonoids in the human diet. High concentrations of Qu can easily cause adverse effects and induce inflammation, joint pain and stiffness. In this study, Heme was used as a sensitive element and deposited and formed nanorods on a glassy carbon electrode (GCE) for the detection of Qu. The Heme/GCE sensor was characterized using scanning electron microscopy (SEM), cyclic voltammetry (CV), differential pulse voltammetry (DPV) and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) techniques. Under optimized conditions, the developed sensor presented a linear concentration ranging from 0.1 to 700 μmol·L−1 according to the CV and DPV methods. The detection limit for the sensor was 0.134 μmol·L−1 and its sensitivity was 0.12 μA·μM−1·cm−2, which were obtained from CV analysis. Through DPV analysis we obtained a detection limit of 0.063 μmol·L−1 and a sensitivity of 0.09 μA·μM−1·cm−2. Finally, this sensor was used to detect the Qu concentration in loquat leaf powder extract, with recovery between 98.55–102.89% and total R.S.D. lower than 3.70%. The constructed electrochemical sensor showed good anti-interference, repeatability and stability, indicating that it is also usable for the rapid detection of Qu in actual samples.

Sayed ali Ahmadi ◽  
Sayed Zia Mohammadi ◽  
Maedeh Jafari ◽  
Peyman Mohammadzadeh Jahani ◽  
Raana Mashayekh

The detection of tramadol using a screen printed electrode modified with La3+/ZnO nano-flowers and multi-walled carbon nanotubes (La3+/ZnO NFs-MWCNTs/SPE) is reported in this work. In order to examine tramadol electrochemical oxidation, the modified electrode was implemented with the utilization of differential pulse voltammetry, chronoamperometry and cyclic voltammetry as diagnostic techniques. The proposed electrode displays favorable electrocatalytic behavior concerning tramadol oxidation with an approximately 330 mV potential shift to a lesser positive potential. In the 0.5 to 800.0 μM range for tramadol, differential pulse voltammetry displays linear dynamic activity. Tramadol detection limit of 0.08 μM was derived within optimized testing conditions for this simple construction sensor. Lastly, this fabricated sensor was utilized with desirable results to determine tramadol in tramadol samples and urine samples.

2021 ◽  
Vol 4 (3) ◽  
pp. 70-77
Mohammad Khanfar

This study aims to compare differential pulse voltammetry as a tracking method with chromatography and photometry. The three methods were used to track the degradation of the model compound hydrochlorothiazide (HCT) where 250ml of 0.50mM HCT solution (pH of 3.50 and ionic strength of 0.010M) was electrolyzed with 50.0mAmp constant current. The degradation process demonstrated great fit (R2 >0.99) with pseudo-first-order kinetics when the three tracking methods were utilized. However, different rate constants were reported for these methods: 0.032min-1, 0.016 min-1, and 0.0052min-1 for the chromatographic, photometric, and voltammetric techniques, respectively. The observed variation was attributed to the nature of the utilized probing methods. The differential pulse voltammetry is promising as an electrolytic decomposition tracking method; however, the working probe to target pollutants needs to be improved.

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