A novel Surface Plasmon Resonance enhanced Total Internal Reflection Ellipsometric application: electrochemically grafted isophthalic acid nanofilm on gold surface.

@article{stnda2011ANS,
  title={A novel Surface Plasmon Resonance enhanced Total Internal Reflection Ellipsometric application: electrochemically grafted isophthalic acid nanofilm on gold surface.},
  author={Zafer {\"U}st{\"u}ndağ and Mustafa Oğuzhan Cağlayan and Remziye G{\"u}zel and Erhan Piskin and Ali Osman Solak},
  journal={The Analyst},
  year={2011},
  volume={136 7},
  pages={1464-71}
}
The scope of this study is to modify a Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) sensor slide with isophthalic acid to evaluate the possible application on the detection of copper(II) ions in aqueous media by total internal reflection ellipsometry. A gold sensor surface was modified by an electrochemical diazonium reduction modification method. The modified surfaces are characterized with cyclic voltammetry (CV) and ellipsometry. Isophthalic acid monolayer modified gold slides were used for in situ… CONTINUE READING
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