The adsorption of biogenic amines on carbon nanotubes View Full Text


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2009-01

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I. G. Sidorenko, O. V. Markitan, N. N. Vlasova, G. M. Zagorovskii, V. V. Lobanov

ABSTRACT

The adsorption of phenylethylamine, tryptamine, and tyramine on carbon nanotubes from aqueous solutions (pH 7.4) was studied depending on time and sorbate concentration. The suggestion was made that their interaction with electrodes was determined by electrostatic attraction between protonated amino groups and oxygen-containing functional groups of the surface of carbon. An increase in the adsorption of biological amines was caused by the interaction of the π systems of their aromatic rings with carbon surface hexagons. The adsorption of biogenic amines on carbon nanotubes was necessary for their possible electrooxidation and analytic determination by electrochemical methods with the use of carbon electrodes. More... »

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1002-1005

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