H2O2 Ratiometric Electrochemical Sensors Based on Nanospheres Derived from Ferrocence-Modified Covalent Organic Frameworks

@inproceedings{Liang2019H2O2RE,
  title={H2O2 Ratiometric Electrochemical Sensors Based on Nanospheres Derived from Ferrocence-Modified Covalent Organic Frameworks},
  author={Huihui Liang and Mengli Xu and Yongmei Zhu and Linyu Wang and Yingzhen Xie and Yonghai Song and Li Wang},
  year={2019}
}
A uniform nanosphere derived from ferrocence-modified covalent-organic frameworks (COFETTA-TPAL-Fc(COOH)2) with 200 nm in diameter was prepared by dehydration condensation reaction between 4,4′,4′,... 

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