Highlights CuO-Co NS/rGO/3D-KSC Integrated Electrode for Sensing Glucose The surface concentration of the electroactive substance is metallic nanostructures (NS) critically important for the efficiency of electrochemical sen- for electrochemical sensing sors. Nanomaterials can effectively increase the electrode sur- of glucose. The rGO/3D-KSC face area and, thus, the surface concentration of electroactive improves the conductivity of materials, but they peel off easily. Porous electrodes, such as the 3D dendritic CuO-Co NS, ChemElectroChem the 3D kenaf stem-derived carbon (KSC) electrode, can also provides a large specific sur- DOI: 10.1002/celc.201701062 improve the surface concentration of electroactive materials, face area and enhances the but the 3D macroporous structure also reduces the efficiency electron/mass transfer. The synergistic effect between CuO of 3D-KSC integrated electrodes. L. Wang et al. construct a and Co results in good catalytic activity for the oxidation of novel reduced graphene oxides (rGO)/3D-KSC integrated elec- glucose. The resulting low-cost glucose sensor exhibits excel- trode as supporting matrix to deposit dendritic CuO-Co bi- lent sensitivity, high stability, and good selectivity. Oxidative Coupling of Methane at Low Temperature Due to the increased supply and optimized cost of natural much lower temperature (150 C). Their novel catalytic reac- gas, the chemical industries actively seek
Chemical Engineering & Technology (Cet) – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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