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View the PDF document Fabrication of gold nanoparticle modified physically small carbon electrodes for the in vitro detection of histamine in fish
Author: Singh, Sevlin Krishnil
Institution: The University of the South Pacific
Award: M.Sc.
Subject: Histamine. Nanoparticles. Electrodes.
Date: 2019
Call No.: Pac QP 801 .H5 S56 2019
BRN: 470129
Copyright:10-20% of this thesis may be copied without the authors written permission

Abstract: In this study two methods of involving modification of electrodes with gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) was developed, optimized and applied to the detection of histamine in parts per billion levels towards real fish samples. The study implemented a voltammetric platform for the detection of histamine as opposed to the current method of high performance liquid chromatography. The first method involved the modification of commercially available carbon based screen printed electrodes which were then modified using chronoamperometric techniques to deposit AuNPs from the solution onto the electrode surface. The redox capabilities of the unmodified and modified electrodes were studied using histamine standards.
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