Additively Manufactured Graphitic Electrochemical Sensing Platforms
AuthorsFoster, Christopher W
El Bardisy, Hadil M
Down, Michael P
Keefe, Edmund M
Smith, Graham C
Banks, Craig E
AffiliationManchester Metropolitan University (Foster, El Bardisy, Down, Keefe, Banks), University of Chester (Smith)
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AbstractAdditive manufacturing (AM)/3D printing technology provides a novel platform for the rapid prototyping of low cost 3D platforms. Herein, we report for the first time, the fabrication, characterisation (physicochemical and electrochemical) and application (electrochemical sensing) of bespoke nanographite (NG)-loaded (25 wt. %) AM printable (via fused deposition modelling) NG/PLA filaments. We have optimised and tailored a variety of NG-loaded filaments and their AM counterparts in order to achieve optimal printability and electrochemical behaviour. Two AM platforms, namely AM macroelectrodes (AMEs) and AM 3D honeycomb (macroporous) structures are benchmarked against a range of redox probes and the simultaneous detection of lead (II) and cadmium (II). This proof-of-concept demonstrates the impact that AM can have within the area of electroanalytical sensors.
CitationFoster, C. W., Elbardisy, H. M., Down, M. P., Keefe, E. M., Smith, G. C., & Banks, C. E. (2020). Additively manufactured graphitic electrochemical sensing platforms. Chemical Engineering Journal, 381, 122343.
JournalChemical Engineering Journal
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