Moorhead, P. B. and Breslin, C. B.
Electrochemical Sensing of Dopamine using a
Dodecylsulfate Doped Polypyrrole Film.
ECS Transactions, 41 (27).
A polymer-modified electrode was fabricated by the
electropolymerisation of pyrrole from an ethanol solution using
sodium dodecylsulfate as a dopant. The modified electrode is a
highly sensitive electrochemical sensor for dopamine with a limit
of detection measured as 3.8 x 10-8 mol dm-3. The sensor did not
sense the common interferant ascorbic acid showing a single redox
peak for dopamine in the presence of excess ascorbic acid.
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