An Efficient and a Highly Sensitive Glucose Sensor Based on CuO Nanodots
In this article a fast and sensitive nonenzymatic glucose sensor is reported utilizing a glassy CuO ND were prepared using simple chemical co-precipitation method and applied for ultrasensitive and selective non-enzymatic glucose sensor. The superior conductivity and outstanding electrocatalytic ability of the as-prepared CuO ND lead to the quantitative detection of glucose in a wide range with an ultra low limit of detection (LOD). What is more the sensor has excellent stability and selectivity against common interferences in real sample.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: August 1, 2018
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