Chengdu, China

University of Sichuan

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Chengdu, China

Sichuan University is one of the national key comprehensive universities, located in Chengdu, the capital city of Sichuan Province, China, with a long history and many predecessors, of which the earliest one was founded in 1740 with the origin in BCE 141. It was transformed to be a modern university in 1920s and the name National Sichuan University was adopted in 1931.Sichuan University is one of the national universities directly under the Ministry of Education . It is also one of the State 211 Project and 985 Project universities enjoying privileged construction in the Ninth Five-Year Plan period. It is ranked No. 8 among the Chinese universities according to the 2010 Academic Ranking of World Universities.The president of the university is Professor Xie Heping, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering. Wikipedia.

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PubMed | University of Sichuan, King Abdulaziz University and Chengdu Institute of Geology and Mineral Resources
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Analytical chemistry | Year: 2016

It is highly attractive to construct a natural enzyme-free electrode for sensitive and selective detection of glucose. In this Letter, we report that a Ni2P nanoarray on conductive carbon cloth (Ni2P NA/CC) behaves as an efficient three-dimensional catalyst electrode for glucose electrooxidation under alkaline conditions. Electrochemical measurements demonstrate that the Ni2P NA/CC, when used as a nonenzymatic glucose sensor, offers superior analytical performances with a short response time of 5 s, a wide detection range of 1 M to 3 mM, a low detection limit of 0.18 M (S/N = 3), a response sensitivity of 7792 A mM(-1) cm(-2), and satisfactory selectivity, specificity, and reproducibility. Moreover, it can also be used for glucose detection in human blood serum, promising its application toward determination of glucose in real samples.

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