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The electrochemical oxidation of ammonia at boron-doped diamond electrodes exhibits analytically useful signals in aqueous solutions

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Boron-doped diamond electrodes are shown to exhibit well-defined analytically useful voltammetric signals for the electrochemical oxidation of ammonia in aqueous solutions in comparison to commonly used carbon based electrode substrates. Proof-of-concept is shown for the construction of a miniature amperometric ammonia gas sensor utilising conductive boron-doped diamond.

Graphical abstract: The electrochemical oxidation of ammonia at boron-doped diamond electrodes exhibits analytically useful signals in aqueous solutions

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Submitted
01 Jul 2005
Accepted
04 Aug 2005
First published
15 Aug 2005

Analyst, 2005,130, 1345-1347
Article type
Communication

The electrochemical oxidation of ammonia at boron-doped diamond electrodes exhibits analytically useful signals in aqueous solutions

X. Ji, C. E. Banks and R. G. Compton, Analyst, 2005, 130, 1345
DOI: 10.1039/B508975A

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