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Laboratory Methods in Dynamic Electroanalysis - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780128159323, 9780128159330

Laboratory Methods in Dynamic Electroanalysis

1st Edition

Editor: M. Teresa Fernández Abedul
Paperback ISBN: 9780128159323
eBook ISBN: 9780128159330
Imprint: Elsevier
Published Date: 12th October 2019
Page Count: 408
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Laboratory Methods in Dynamic Electroanalysis is a useful guide to introduce analytical chemists and scientists of related disciplines to the world of dynamic electroanalysis using simple and low-cost methods. The trend toward decentralization of analysis has made this fascinating field one of the fastest-growing branches of analytical chemistry. As electroanalytical devices have moved from conventional electrochemical cells (10-20 mL) to current cells (e.g. 5-50 mL) based on different materials such as paper or polymers that integrate thick- or thin-film electrodes, interesting strategies have emerged, such as the combination of microfluidic cells and biosensing or nanostructuration of electrodes.

This book provides detailed, easy procedures for dynamic electroanalysis and covers the main trends in electrochemical cells and electrodes, including microfluidic electrodes, electrochemical detection in microchip electrophoresis, nanostructuration of electrodes, development of bio (enzymatic, immuno, and DNA) assays, paper-based electrodes, interdigitated array electrodes, multiplexed analysis, and combination with optics. Different strategies and techniques (amperometric, voltammetric, and impedimetric) are presented in a didactic, practice-based way, and a bibliography provides readers with additional sources of information.

Key Features

  • Provides easy-to-implement experiments using low-cost, simple equipment
  • Includes laboratory methodologies that utilize both conventional designs and the latest trends in dynamic electroanalysis
  • Goes beyond the fundamentals covered in other books, focusing instead on practical applications of electroanalysis


Researchers interested in trends in electrochemistry or in low-cost miniaturised analytical devices, either in chemistry or in other fields such as biotechnology; upper undergrad/grad/PhD students, early stage researchers, and instructors for courses teaching electroanalysis or general analytical chemistry

Table of Contents

1. Dynamic electroanalysis: An overview
2. Determination of ascorbic acid in dietary supplements by cyclic voltammetry
3. Electrochemical behavior of the redox probe hexaammineruthenium (III) using voltammetric techniques
4. Anodic stripping voltammetric determination of lead and cadmium with stencil-printed transparency electrodes
5. Adsorptive stripping voltammetry of indigo blue in a flow system
6. Enhancing electrochemical performance by using redox cycling with interdigitated electrodes
7. Amperometric detection of NADH using carbon-based electrodes
8. Chronoamperometric determination of ascorbic acid on paper-based devices
9. Electrochemical detection of melatonin in a flow injection analysis system
10. Batch injection analysis for amperometric determination of ascorbic acid at ruthenium dioxide screen-printed electrodes
11. Impedimetric aptasensor for determination of the antibiotic neomycin B
12. Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy for characterization of electrode surfaces: Carbon nanotubes on gold electrodes
13. Single- and dual-channel hybrid PDMS/glass microchip electrophoresis device with amperometric detection
14. Analysis of uric acid and related compounds in urine samples by electrophoresis in microfluidic chips
15. Microchannel modifications in microchip reverse electrophoresis for ferrocene carboxylic acid determination
16. Integrated microfluidic electrochemical sensors to enhance automated flow analysis systems
17. Bienzymatic amperometric glucose biosensor
18. Determination of ethyl alcohol in beverages using an electrochemical enzymatic sensor
19. Enzymatic determination of ethanol on screen-printed cobalt phthalocyanine/carbon electrodes
20. Immunoelectroanalytical assay based on the electrocatalytic effect of gold labels on silver electrodeposition
21. Genosensor on gold films with enzymatic electrochemical detection of a SARS virus sequence
22. Aptamer-based magnetoassay for gluten determination
23. Determination of lead with electrodes nanostructured with gold nanoparticles
24. Electrochemical behavior of the dye methylene blue on screen-printed gold electrodes modified with carbon nanotubes
25. Determination of glucose with an enzymatic paper-based sensor
26. Determination of arsenic (III) in wines with nanostructured paper-based electrodes
27. Pin-based electrochemical sensor
28. Flow injection electroanalysis with pins
29. Staple-based paper electrochemical platform for quantitative analysis
30. Simultaneous measurements in a multiplexed platform with eight electrochemical cells
31. Simultaneous detection of bacteria causing community-acquired pneumonia by genosensing
32. Electrochemiluminescence of tris (1,10-phenanthroline) ruthenium (II) complex with multipulsed amperometric detection
33. Detection of hydrogen peroxide by flow injection analysis based on electrochemiluminescence resonance energy transfer donor-acceptor strategy
34. Determination of tris(bipyridine) ruthenium (II) based on electrochemical surface-enhanced raman scattering
35. Design of experiments at electroanalysis
36. Bibliographic resources in electroanalysis


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About the Editor

M. Teresa Fernández Abedul

M. Teresa Fernández Abedul is associate professor in the Department of Physical and Analytical Chemistry at the University of Oviedo. She has been in charge of General Chemistry and General and Advanced Analytical Chemistry courses for more than 25 years. She is cofounder of MicruxFluidic, an innovative technology company focused on the design, development, and manufacture of miniaturized analytical devices in the microfluidic and electrochemistry fields. Dr. Fernández Abedul has co-authored more than 80 peer-reviewed articles and written 8 book chapters.

Affiliations and Expertise

Associate Professor, Department of Physical and Analytical Chemistry, University of Oviedo, Spain

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