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Sensors and Materials, Volume 35, Number 9(2) (2023)
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pp. 3201-3209
S&M3385 Research Paper of Special Issue
https://doi.org/10.18494/SAM4577
Published: September 28, 2023

Amino-functionalized Cup-stacked Carbon Nanofibers as Electrode Materials for Suppressing Protein Fouling [PDF]

Yuka Ashitani, Kazutake Takada, and Kikuo Komori

(Received July 13, 2023; Accepted September 22, 2023)

Keywords: carbon nanomaterials, graphene edges, electrochemical sensing, electron transfer rate constant

Amino-functionalized cup-stacked carbon nanofibers (CSCNFs), the surface of which provides highly ordered graphene edges and amino groups, were investigated as electrode materials by using typical redox species in electrochemistry, namely, [Fe(CN)6]3–/4– and Fe2+/3+. The electron transfer rate of [Fe(CN)6]3–/4– was accelerated and that of Fe2+/3+ was decelerated by amino groups, mainly owing to the electrostatic interaction and repulsion, respectively. The hydrophilic amino-functionalized CSCNF surface also allowed the suppression of protein adsorption. Thus, the amino-functionalized CSCNFs would be useful electrode materials for biosensing and other electrochemical devices.

Corresponding author: Kikuo Komori


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Yuka Ashitani, Kazutake Takada, and Kikuo Komori, Amino-functionalized Cup-stacked Carbon Nanofibers as Electrode Materials for Suppressing Protein Fouling, Sens. Mater., Vol. 35, No. 9, 2023, p. 3201-3209.



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