Molybdenum oxide based sensors

Keywords: molybdenum oxide, biosensor, electrochemical sensor, electrode modification

Abstract

In this review article were considered the works of electrochemical sensors modified with molybdenum oxide. The work of sensors based on molybdenum oxide was systematized, a comparison table was developed, the sensors were classified according to the purpose of use. Methods of molybdenum oxide synthesis used to modify the working electrode in electrochemical sensors were considered. The various methods have been used to synthesize molybdenum oxide, such as a thermal, hydrothermal, electrochemical, electric spark, pulsed laser method, acid condensation, electrophoretic precipitation, pulse potential precipitation. The main parameters of the molybdenum oxide modified sensors, such as the detection limit, linear range, response time, sensitivity, and other parameters were compared. As a result of studies, it was found that molybdenum oxide is selected as a modifying material in electrochemical sensors due to the unique physicochemical properties of molybdenum oxide, in particular because of mechanical strength, electrical conductivity, electro catalytic activity, crystallinity. The features of electrochemical biosensors coated with molybdenum oxide were described for the detection of important compounds in specific samples. Sensors based on molybdenum oxide have been used for detection of glucose, dopamine, ethanol, ascorbic acid, troponin-1, norepinephrine, procalcitonin, L-lactate, bromate, chlorate, E110, tartrazine, hydrochlorothiazide, human epidermal growth factor-2, lithium,sodium,potassium. This paper provides general summarized information about current aspects of research works related to electrochemical sensors based on molybdenum oxide.

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Published
2021-06-14
How to Cite
Zhumasheva, N., Kudreeva, L., & Kosybayeva, D. (2021). Molybdenum oxide based sensors. Chemical Bulletin of Kazakh National University, 101(2). https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.15328/cb1164