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Preparation of Poly(thionine)-Modified Electrode and Its Application to an Electrochemical Detector for the Flow-Injection Analysis of NADH
Poly(thionine)-modified electrodes have been prepared using basal-plane pyrolytic graphite, glassy carbon and In-Sn oxide conducting glass as electrode substrates by an electrooxidative polymerization of thionine in both aqueous and acetonitrile media. It was found that the prepared films, the surface concentration of which can be controlled over the range of ca. 10-10 -10-g mol cm 2 by appropriately choosing the electropolymerization conditions (e.g., solvent, concentration of thionine anddoi:10.2116/analsci.9.783 fatcat:hva3g3pl4fhadkfidjcng37qra