Acta Phys. -Chim. Sin. ›› 2005, Vol. 21 ›› Issue (09): 1050-1054.doi: 10.3866/PKU.WHXB20050921

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Integration of Carbon Nanotubes Electrodes on Glass Substrate

WANG Sheng-gao; ZHAO Xiu-jian; HAN Jian-jun; WANG Jian-hua   

  1. Key Laboratory for Silicate Materials Science and Engineering of Ministry of Education, Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan 430070; Provincial Key Laboratory of Plasma Chemistry and Advanced Materials, Wuhan Institute of Technology, Wuhan 430073
  • Received:2005-01-19 Revised:2005-03-24 Published:2005-09-15
  • Contact: WANG Sheng-gao E-mail:wyysg@163.com

Abstract: Carbon nanotubes electrodes were prepared in the holes of glass directly by microwave plasma chemical vapor deposition. During the process of carbon nanotubes growth, the negative bias imposed on the substrate could improve the alignment of carbon nanotubes. The electrochemical behavior of CuSO4 at the carbon nanotubes electrode was investigated. Compared to graphite electrode, carbon nanotubes had excellent electrochemical behavior for the analysis of Cu2+. The current had linearship with the Cu2+ concentration in the range of 0.01~0.30 mmol•L-1, and the correlation coefficient was 0.9975. Because carbon nanotubes were integrated directly on the substrate, the stable response to Cu2+ solution showed that the carbon nanotubes electrodes had long-term stability.

Key words: Carbon nanotubes electrode, Electrochemical detection, Microwave plasma chemical vapor deposition