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A metal-responsive interdigitated bilayer for selective quantification of mercury( ii ) traces by surface plasmon resonance

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Reusable surface plasmon resonance chips allowing the quantitative and selective detection of mercury(II) ions in water at the 0.01 nM level are reported. The surface-modified gold sensor consists of a rarefied self-assembled monolayer of octanethiol topped with a Langmuir–Blodgett monolayer of an amphiphilic and highly-specific chelator. The interdigitated architecture confers to the bilayer a high packing density, surface coverage, and binding-group accessibility.
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hal-01390154 , version 1 (26-04-2022)

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Elizaveta Ermakova, Oleg Raitman, Alexander Shokurov, Maria Kalinina, Sofiya Selector, et al.. A metal-responsive interdigitated bilayer for selective quantification of mercury( ii ) traces by surface plasmon resonance. Analyst, 2016, 141 (6), pp.1912 - 1917. ⟨10.1039/c5an02523k⟩. ⟨hal-01390154⟩
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