Nanomaterial-based environmental sensing platforms using state-of-the-art electroanalytical strategies
Jin,Wei1; Maduraiveeran,Govindhan2
Source PublicationJournal of Analytical Science and Technology
AbstractAbstractElectroanalytical techniques have been extensively employed in the advancement of sensor platforms based on nanomaterials owing to their rapid response, high sensitivity, and selectivity. It is of immense significance for the swift and sensitive detection of environmental pollutants or contaminants such as a major group of unregulated chemicals such as heavy metals, inorganic anions, phenolic compounds, pesticides, and chemical warfare reagents, which may cumulatively resource severe harm to human health and environmental. These environmental pollutants are regularly obtained from a large group of unmaintained compounds/complexes, containing industry, human, and animal fecal waste; natural toxins; drinking water disinfection by-products; personal care products; pharmaceuticals; food materials through food preparation and packaging processes, etc. The present minireview will display various concepts and advancements of electroanalytical techniques and their potential applications in environmental sensing. The introduction of novel electroanalytical tools and nanostructured electrode surfaces may demonstrate even higher sensitive and selective sensor platforms. Electroanalytical methods possess passionate importance in the analytical research community, and they serve as ideal tactics, which display several features such as rapid response, robustness, high selectivity and sensitivity, cost-effective miniaturization, and the perspective for online monitoring towards environmental, food, and biomedical applications. The advancement and prospects for the applications of electroanalytical techniques using nanomaterials in the design of environmental sensor platforms will also be discussed.Graphical abstractThis review presents the concepts and insights of various electroanalytical techniques and their potential applications in the design of electrochemical sensor and biosensor platforms.
KeywordEnvironmental monitoring Electrochemical methods Sensor platforms Pollutants Nanomaterials
WOS IDBMC:10.1186/s40543-018-0150-4
PublisherSpringer Berlin Heidelberg
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Corresponding AuthorJin,Wei; Maduraiveeran,Govindhan
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Jin,Wei,Maduraiveeran,Govindhan. Nanomaterial-based environmental sensing platforms using state-of-the-art electroanalytical strategies[J]. Journal of Analytical Science and Technology,2018,9(1).
APA Jin,Wei,&Maduraiveeran,Govindhan.(2018).Nanomaterial-based environmental sensing platforms using state-of-the-art electroanalytical strategies.Journal of Analytical Science and Technology,9(1).
MLA Jin,Wei,et al."Nanomaterial-based environmental sensing platforms using state-of-the-art electroanalytical strategies".Journal of Analytical Science and Technology 9.1(2018).
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