Non-invasive Electrochemical Detection of Glucose using CuO-NiO/MXene Modified Electrode
AuthorElsafi, Alaa Mohamed
Al-Ali, Abdulaziz Khalid
Malik, Rayaz A.
Sadasivuni, Kishor Kumar
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High levels of glucose or acetone in breath confirms diabetes disease. One of the analytical devices that detect changes in breath is the electrochemical sensor having high selectivity, easy to use and being able to meet diabetic patient's needs. In this study sensors were made by fabricating metal oxide coated glassy carbon electrodes and using nafion as a proton conductor. Characterization methods such as X-ray diffraction, FTIR and morphological analysis have been performed for metal oxides to characterize their atomic arrangement and composition. Also, electrochemical studies were done using Gamry instrument and curves plotted as current in amperes versus voltage to test the coated electrodes conductivity. High selectivity sensors provide promising applications in any field.
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