Electrochemical oxidation of NADH on sol–gel derived, surface renewable, non-modified and mediator modified composite-carbon electrodes

Volume: 446, Issue: 1, Pages: 57 - 65
Published: Apr 15, 1998
Abstract
null null The electrochemical oxidation of the cofactor, dihydronicotinamide adenine dinucleotide was studied on sol–gel derived, polishable, ceramic-carbon electrodes (CCEs), in phosphate buffer of pH 7.3. NADH was found to undergo an apparently irreversible, two-electron oxidation in the available range of potentials. Cyclic voltammetric studies at high sweep rates revealed a prewave due to the adsorption of the oxidation product, NAD+. The...
Paper Details
Title
Electrochemical oxidation of NADH on sol–gel derived, surface renewable, non-modified and mediator modified composite-carbon electrodes
DOI
Published Date
Apr 15, 1998
Journal
Volume
446
Issue
1
Pages
57 - 65
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