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Selective fluorimetric detection of cadmium in a microfluidic device

H. T. Zhang, D. Faye, J. P. Lefevre, J. A. Delaire and I. Leray Microchem. J., 2013, 106, 167-173

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Microchem. J., 2013, 106, 167-173

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H. T. Zhang, D. Faye, J. P. Lefevre, J. A. Delaire and I. Leray

A microfluidic device equipped with a fluorimetric detection has been developed for the flow injection detection of cadmium, a very toxic metal. The fluorescent sensor, Rhod-5N, is a water-soluble commercial dye whose fluorescence is increased in presence of cadmium. A detection limit of 0.45 mu g L-1 has been determined in MOPS buffer at pH 7. Special attention was paid to the interference of other metal ions. The interference of Pb2+ was circumvented by solid phase adsorption (SPE) on aminopropyl silica. Langmuir analysis of the adsorption isotherms has shown a better affinity of this functionalized silica towards Pb2+. After optimization of both pH and flow rate of the analyte through the SPE minicolumn, cadmium could be determined even in presence of lead at a concentration 10 times larger. (C) 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.



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Paru le 16 juin 2012
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doi 10.1016/j.microc.2012.06.005

 

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