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Assay of Dinitrotoluene on a Contaminated Soil Sample with an Anodic Stripping Peak Current
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Assay of Dinitrotoluene on a Contaminated Soil Sample with an Anodic Stripping Peak Current
Ly, Suw-Young; Lee, Chang-Hyun; Jung, Young-Sam;
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This report presents a voltammetric assay of dinitrotoluene using a DNA immobilized onto a carbon nanotube paste electrode (PE). The cyclic voltammetry (CV) and square wave (SW) stripping voltammetry parameters of the optimized conditions were obtained. An anodic peak current appeared at 0.3 V (versus Ag/AgCl) in a 0.1-M electrolyte solution. The detection limit was found to be (S/N = 10), within a deposition time of 100 sec.
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