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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Chemically Modified Electrodes Applyed To Electroanalysis: A Brief Presentation [eletrodos Quimicamente Modificados Aplicados à Eletroanálise: Uma Breve Abordagem]|
|Author:||De Fatima Brito Souza M.|
|Abstract:||Chemically modified electrodes (CMEs) have been subject of considerable attention since its inception about 23 years ago. CMEs result of a deliberate immobilization of a modifier agent onto the electrode surface obtained through chemical reactions, chemisorption, composite formation or polymer coating. This immobilization seeks transfer the physicochemical properties of the modifier to the electrode surface and thus to dictate and control the behavior of the electrode/solution interface. In recent years the interest in CMEs has increased particularly to enhance the sensitivity and/or the selectivity of electroanalytical techniques. In general higher sensitivity and/or selectivity may be achieved by exploiting one or more of the following phenomena: electrocatalysis, preconcentration and interferents exclusion. This paper deals with the application of CMEs in electroanalysis, including a brief presentation of the more general procedures that have been employed for the modification of electrode surfaces.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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