Immobilization and characterisation of glassy carbon electrode based biosensor for acrylamide detection
Sruthi PS and S Shanmugasundaram
This present work describes a rapid detection method by biosensors to detect acrylamide, which is well known as a probable human carcinogen. Immobilization plays an important role in the biosensors, as it is the heart of any sensing technique developed. Here, the study is about the immobilization of silver nanoparticles and haemoglobin on the working electrode surface of the glassy carbon electrode. Furthermore, the immobilization was analysed electrochemically using cyclic voltammetry. Surface morphology of the working electrode was well studied using scanning electron microscopy and its proves the immobilization has done uniformly. The immobilized electrode shown a calibration plot for the acrylamide detection with an R2 of 0.99, which signifies the effective immobilization.
How to cite this article:
Sruthi PS and S Shanmugasundaram. Immobilization and characterisation of glassy carbon electrode based biosensor for acrylamide detection. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(11S): 31-34.