Toxic Effect of Cadmium Assay in Contaminated Soil Earthworm Cell Using Modified Sensor.
Biosensor Research Institute, Seoul National University of Science & Technology, Seoul, Korea.
- Published Article
- Publication Date
Jun 01, 2015
A voltammetric toxic metal of cadmium detection was studied using a fluorine doped graphite pencil electrode (FPE) in a seawater electrolyte. In this study, square wave (SW) stripping and chronoamerometry were used for determination of Cd(II) in seawater. Affordable pencils and an auxiliary electrode were used as reference. All experiments in this study could be performed at reasonable cost by using graphite pencil. The application was performed on the tissue of contaminated soil earthworm. The results show that the method can be applicable for vegetables and in vivo fluid or medicinal diagnosis.
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