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“…TiNTs was synthesised by a previously reported hydrothermal method [16,[28][29][30][31]. 0.25 g of P25-titanate nano-particles was mixed in 40 ml of 10 mol L À 1 NaOH solution in a stainless Teflonlined autoclave (50 mL) for hydrothermal reaction at 130°C for 24 h. After filtered those white flocculent precipitate and washed with dilute HCl and water to pH 7.0, the TiNTs was obtained and dried at 70 o C. After calcined at 400°C for 3 h, certain amount of the TiNTs was mixed with adequate concentrated Nafion solution and then sonicated for 10 min to obtain a stable dispersoid.…”
Section: Preparation Of the Tints And Tints Functionalised Ito Electrodementioning
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“…TiNTs was synthesised by a previously reported hydrothermal method [16,[28][29][30][31]. 0.25 g of P25-titanate nano-particles was mixed in 40 ml of 10 mol L À 1 NaOH solution in a stainless Teflonlined autoclave (50 mL) for hydrothermal reaction at 130°C for 24 h. After filtered those white flocculent precipitate and washed with dilute HCl and water to pH 7.0, the TiNTs was obtained and dried at 70 o C. After calcined at 400°C for 3 h, certain amount of the TiNTs was mixed with adequate concentrated Nafion solution and then sonicated for 10 min to obtain a stable dispersoid.…”
Section: Preparation Of the Tints And Tints Functionalised Ito Electrodementioning
“…The easy and controllable hydrothermal method is the simplest route for its large scale preparation with low cost [27]. Some researches had exploited the TiNTs in the development of several chem-/bio-sensors [28][29][30][31].…”
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“…Therefore, modification of QDs with appropriate materials to enhance their ECL signals and stability has attracted increasing attention. The past decade has witnessed wide applications of nanostructured TiO 2 [nanotubes (NTs), nanowires, nanorods, and so forth] in ECL analysis due to its high electrical conductivity and stability. , For example, Ru­(bpy) 3 2+ -immobilized TiO 2 NTs (TiNTs) can exhibit greatly improved ECL behaviors and stability compared with those of Ru­(bpy) 3 2+ . Therefore, the low ECL responses and low stability of QDs might be enhanced through their decoration with nanostructured TiO 2 .…”
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