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Bimetal–organic-frameworks-derived yolk–shell-structured porous Co2P/ZnO@PC/CNTs hybrids for highly sensitive non-enzymatic detection of superoxide anion released from living cells

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Abstract

We report a general approach for the synthesis of yolk–shell-structured porous dicobalt phosphide/zinc oxide@porous carbon polyhedral/carbon nanotube hybrids (Co2P/ZnO@PC/CNTs) derived from bimetal–organic frameworks, and explore their potential utilization in the electrochemical sensing of superoxide anions. Beyond our expectation, the trace level of O2˙ released from living cells has also been successfully captured by our designed sensor. The presented strategy for the controlled design and synthesis of bimetal–organic frameworks-derived functional nanomaterials offers prospects of developing highly active electrocatalysts in non-enzyme sensors.

Graphical abstract: Bimetal–organic-frameworks-derived yolk–shell-structured porous Co2P/ZnO@PC/CNTs hybrids for highly sensitive non-enzymatic detection of superoxide anion released from living cells

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Submitted
25 Aug 2016
Accepted
21 Sep 2016
First published
21 Sep 2016

Chem. Commun., 2016,52, 12442-12445
Article type
Communication

Bimetal–organic-frameworks-derived yolk–shell-structured porous Co2P/ZnO@PC/CNTs hybrids for highly sensitive non-enzymatic detection of superoxide anion released from living cells

M. Wang, C. Ye, S. Bao, Y. Zhang, M. Xu and Z. Li, Chem. Commun., 2016, 52, 12442
DOI: 10.1039/C6CC06974F

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