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Electro-Catalytic Oxidation of Amoxicillin by Carbon Ceramic Electrode Modified with Copper Iodide
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Electro-Catalytic Oxidation of Amoxicillin by Carbon Ceramic Electrode Modified with Copper Iodide
Karim-Nezhad, Ghasem; Pashazadeh, Ali; Pashazadeh, Sara;
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 Abstract
Copper iodide was employed as a modifier for preparation of a new carbon ceramic electrode. For the first time, the catalytic oxidation of amoxicillin (AMX) was demonstrated by cyclic voltammetry, chronoamperometry and amperometry methods at the surface of this modified carbon ceramic electrode. The copper iodide modified sol-gel derived carbon ceramic (CIM-SGD-CC) electrode has very high catalytic ability for electrooxidation of amoxicillin. The catalytic oxidation peak current was linearly dependent on the amoxicillin concentration and the linearity range obtained was 100 to 1000 with a detection limit of 0.53 . The diffusion coefficient ($D
 Keywords
Electrocatalytic oxidation;Copper iodide;Sol-gel;Carbon ceramic electrode;Amoxicillin;
 Language
English
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