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Metal-organic frameworks-derived MnO/MnO microcuboids with hierarchically ordered nanosheets and TiC MXene/Au NPs composites for electrochemical pesticide detection.

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Summary of "Metal-organic frameworks-derived MnO/MnO microcuboids with hierarchically ordered nanosheets and TiC MXene/Au NPs composites for electrochemical pesticide detection."

Transition metal oxides (TMOs) derived from metal - organic frameworks (MOF) combined with two-dimensional (2D) transition metal carbides possibly pave an innovative pathway for designing promising biosensors. Herein, a novel electrochemical sensing platform has been fabricated for ultra-sensitive determination of organophosphorus pesticides (OPs), based on MOF-derived MnO/MnO and TiC MXene/Au NPs composites. Remarkably, the three-dimensional (3D) MnO/MnO hierarchical microcuboids derived from Mn-MOF are composed of vertically aligned, highly ordered nanosheets, and further combined with MXene/Au NPs yields synergistic signal amplification effect, with outstanding electrochemical performance, large specific surface area, and good environmental biocompatibility. Under the optimum conditions, the reported sensing platform AChE-Chit/MXene/Au NPs/MnO/MnO/GCE can be utilized to detect methamidophos in a broad concentration range (10-10 M), together with a good linearity (R = 0.995). Besides that, the biosensor possesses a low limit of detection (1.34 × 10 M), which far exceeds the maximum residue limits (MRLs) for methamidophos (0.01 mg/kg) established by European Union. Additionally, the feasibility of the proposed biosensor for detecting methamidophos in real samples has been demonstrated with excellent recoveries (95.2%-101.3%). Interestingly, the unique structures and remarkable properties of these composites make them attractive materials for various electrochemical sensors for monitoring either pesticide residuals or other environmentally deleterious chemicals.

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Name: Journal of hazardous materials
ISSN: 1873-3336
Pages: 367-376

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