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A Disposable Paper-Based Electrochemical Sensor Made of Pencil Graphite and Its Modification with Au for Detection of Glucose in Alkaline Solutions
preprintrevised on 10.04.2020, 09:32 and posted on 14.04.2020, 14:47 by Mustafa Sen
Paper-based sensors have great potential to be used in a variety of fields ranging from environmental monitoring to clinical and point-of-care diagnostics. These sensors are disposable, cost effective, flexible and easy to use. The aim of this study was to fabricate a low cost, disposable, reliable and easy to use paper-based electrochemical sensor and its electrochemical modification with nanostructured Au for glucose detection in alkaline solutions.