Chemically modified electrodes with MOFs for the determination of inorganic and organic analytes via voltammetric techniques: a critical review

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Unit:
Department of Chemistry
Title:
Chemically modified electrodes with MOFs for the determination of inorganic and organic analytes via voltammetric techniques: a critical review
Languages of Item:
English
Abstract:
Voltammetric analytical techniques combine exceptional sensitivity, low
cost, portability and capability for simultaneous determination of
multiple analytes. The sensitivity of voltammetric analysis is largely
determined by the efficiency of the working electrode. Electrodes
modified with metal organic frameworks (MOFs) seem particularly
promising for use in the analysis of a series of important inorganic and
organic analytes. Nevertheless, research on chemically modified
electrodes with MOFs is still in its infancy. In this critical review,
we present the current status of research related to MOF-modified
electrodes highlighting the respective MOF-modified electrodes which are
based on MOFs that show exceptional chemical stability or/and sorption
capability towards the targeted analytes. We also provide perspectives
for future research aiming at motivating additional scientists to be
involved in this exciting field of MOF-based electroanalytical sensors.
Publication year:
2019
Authors:
Anastasia D. Pournara
Georgios D. Tarlas
Giannis S. Papaefstathiou
Manolis J. Manos
Journal:
Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers
Publisher:
Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
Volume:
6
Number:
12
Pages:
3440--3455
Main subject category:
Science
Official URL (Publisher):
DOI:
10.1039/c9qi00965e
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