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Synthesis and characterization of nanoceria for electrochemical sensing applications

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Nanoceria (cerium oxide nanoparticles: CeO2-NPs) has received significant attention due to its biocompatibility, good conductivity, and the ability to transfer oxygen. Nanoceria has been widely used to develop electrochemical sensors and biosensors as it could increase response time, sensitivity, and stability of the sensor. In this review, we discussed synthesis methods, and the recent applications employing CeO2-NPs for electrochemical detection of various analytes reported in the most recent four years.

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Submitted
25 Jan 2021
Accepted
25 Apr 2021
First published
30 Apr 2021

This article is Open Access

RSC Adv., 2021,11, 16216-16235
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Review Article

Synthesis and characterization of nanoceria for electrochemical sensing applications

Y. W. Hartati, S. N. Topkaya, S. Gaffar, H. H. Bahti and A. E. Cetin, RSC Adv., 2021, 11, 16216
DOI: 10.1039/D1RA00637A

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