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A Novel Non Electrically Prepared Nano Prussian Yellow Film Modifi ed Electrode: As a Sensor for Ascorbic Acid

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Background: There are enormous methods for modifying electrodes by Prussian blue analogues. We present here rather a very straight forward method of modification by noval nonelectrical deposition of PY nano thin film as a modifier ITO substrate.

Methods: PY film was deposited on ITO substrate by simply dipping it in liquid mixture solution of Fe+3 and Fe(CN)6-3 in water at (30C0) the resultant film was washed dried and characterized by XRD,AFM,UV and FTIR.

Results: Prepared PY films showed remarkable properties especially electro catalytic activity towards oxidation of AA, so the PY modified electrode was used as a sensor for AA with satisfactory sensitivity and practical linear range.

Conclusion: A new type of a nano PY film modified ITO electrode by very versatile and direct method by dip dry method, such PY film shows remarkable electrochemical properties and stability. PY film as a sensor offered a linear response to AA.
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Keywords: Ascorbic acid (AA); Cyclic voltammetry (CV); Electro-catalytic reduction; Layer-by-layer (LbL) and chronoamperometry CA; Prussian blue (PB); Prussian white (PW); Prussian yellow (PY); Sensor

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 October 2017

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