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2,5-dimethoxyaniline was electrochemically polymerized on glassy carbon electrodes, resulting in significant enhancement on the oxidation of glutamic acids. Differential pulse voltammetry of the thus-modified glassy carbon electrodes in a 0.1 mM of D-and L-glutamic acid solution generated two isolated peaks that were separated by more than 400 mV, indicating the feasibility of using this low cost and readily-to-fabricate platform for differentiating glutamic acid chiral molecules. Scanningdoi:10.1149/2.0121909jes fatcat:g5srevsemrdzfcatglc6257pgu