In this chapter, a quick excursus of metal-free doped carbon materials for the modification of electrodes to be used in electroanalytical sensors has been made. After a brief introduction to the different methods available for modified electrode preparation, the most used carbonaceous materials doped with heteroatoms (B, N, O, P, S) have been considered: carbon paste and ordered carbons, glassy carbon, boron-doped diamond and amorphous carbon, carbon nanotubes, and graphene. The effect of the presence of metals, graphitic and amorphous carbon impurities, which is not completely avoidable when considering these materials, has also been discussed.

Metal-free Doped Carbons for Electroanalytical Sensors / V. Pifferi, A. Testolin, L. Falciola - In: Metal-free Functionalized Carbons in Catalysis: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications / [a cura di] A. Villa, N. Dimitratos. - Prima edizione. - [s.l] : Royal Society of CChemistry Publishing, 2018. - ISBN 9781782628637. - pp. 304-325

Metal-free Doped Carbons for Electroanalytical Sensors

V. Pifferi
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A. Testolin
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L. Falciola
Ultimo
2018

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In this chapter, a quick excursus of metal-free doped carbon materials for the modification of electrodes to be used in electroanalytical sensors has been made. After a brief introduction to the different methods available for modified electrode preparation, the most used carbonaceous materials doped with heteroatoms (B, N, O, P, S) have been considered: carbon paste and ordered carbons, glassy carbon, boron-doped diamond and amorphous carbon, carbon nanotubes, and graphene. The effect of the presence of metals, graphitic and amorphous carbon impurities, which is not completely avoidable when considering these materials, has also been discussed.
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