A facile synthesis of perforated reduced graphene oxide for high performance electrochemical sensors
Highly active perforated reduced graphene oxide (P-rGO) was synthesized by a facile methodology based on co-deposition of graphene oxide with sacrificial Prussian blue. Electrode surface properties were characterized by SEM and EDS. The GC/P-rGO electrode exhibited a larger specific surface area than that of GCE. These findings highlighted that the signal was enhanced for both dopamine detection and selenium detection by using P-rGO as a relevant supporting substrate. The result indicated that the large number of perforated structures formed numerous electrically conductive channels in the structure, improving the electrocatalytic properties.