biamperometry

biamperometry

[¦bī‚am·pə′räm·ə·trē]
(analytical chemistry)
Amperometric titration that uses two polarizing or indicating electrodes to detect the end point of a redox reaction between the substance being titrated and the titrant.
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Biamperometry. This method relies on recording at a small potential difference, the current intensity between two identical working electrodes, found in a solution where a reversible redox couple ([Fe.sup.3+]/[Fe.sup.2+], [I.sub.2]/[I.sup.-], Fe[(CN).sub.6.sup.3-]/ Fe[(CN).sub.6.sup.4-]) is present.
Particularly in DPP[H.sup.*]/DPPH biamperometry, antioxidants react with DPP[H.sup.*] (radical form) decreasing its concentration and generating DPPH (reduced form).
Chen et al., "Determination of ferulic acid based on L-cysteine self-assembled modified gold electrode coupling irreversible biamperometry," Chinese Journal of Analytical Chemistry, vol.
Linear LOD ([micro]g Detection method References range [mL.sup.-1]) ([micro]g mL.sup.-1]) 9.71-194.18 0.19 SWSV (a) [14] 0.097-15.53 0.023 IPM (b) [15] 0.18-582.54 0.06 DPV [16] 0.04-2.14 7.77 x [10.sup.-3] CSV (c) [17] 0.50-20.0 0.04 HPLC-DAD-ESI/MS (d) [42] 0.05-5.0 0.01 CZE (amperometric) (e) [43] 0.10-9.71 0.04 DPV [32] 0.02-10.27 8.58 x [10.sup.-3] DPV Present (a) Square wave stripping voltammetry; (b) irreversible biamperometry; (c) cathodic stripping voltammetry; (d) high-performance liquid chromatography coupled with diode array detection and electrospray ionization mass spectrometry; (e) capillary zone electrophoresis.
Among different methods for measurement of vitamin C, such as electrophoresis [4], chromatography [5], voltammetry [2], biamperometry [6], spectrophotometry [7], high-performance liquid chromatography [8] and titration by iodine [9], the simple redox titration of AA by 2,6-dichlorophenolindophenol (DCPIP) is accepted as a standard method for determination of vitamin C [9, 10].