THE PREPARATION OF A NOVEL POLYMER FILM BASED ON SALICYLALDOXIME AND ITS INFLUENCE ON AQUEOUS COPPER ELECTROCHEMISTRY

J Davis, DH Vaughan, MF Cardosi

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Abstract

The metal complexing ligand salicylaldoxime was electropolymerised onto platinum electrodes and the resulting film characterised by reflectance FT-IR spectroscopy. The modified electrode response to aqueous iron, copper, cobalt and lead ions was investigated with the iron(III) and copper(II) ions showing significantly altered electrochemistry. The response of the modified electrode towards aqueous copper ion was found to be directly proportional to copper concentration with little interference from lead ions. The retention of copper ions, film stability and the nature of the film action are discussed along with its potential use in sensor construction.
LanguageEnglish
Pages1931-1943
JournalAnalytical Letters
Volume27
Issue number10
Publication statusPublished - 1994

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Electrochemistry
Polymer films
Copper
Ions
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Iron
Cobalt
Platinum
Infrared spectroscopy
Metals
salicylaldoxime
Ligands
Sensors
Lead

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