Abbas Afkhami

Abbas Afkhami

Bu-Ali Sina University

H-index: 72

Asia-Iran

About Abbas Afkhami

Abbas Afkhami, With an exceptional h-index of 72 and a recent h-index of 50 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Bu-Ali Sina University, specializes in the field of Analytical Chemistry.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Design and optimization of a cost-effective paper-based voltammetric sensor for the determination of trinitrotoluene (TNT) utilizing cysteamine-linked Fe3O4@ Au nanocomposite

Rapid and Highly Efficient Removal of Tetracycline by a Melamine-Based Covalent Organic Framework: Comprehensive Density Functional Theory and Experimental Studies

Poly (neutral red), poly (crystal violet), and poly (congo red) films as color filters for producing new color states in polyaniline electrochromic system

Electrochemical Determination of Sunset Yellow in the Presence of Tartrazine by an over Oxidized Poly p-Aminophenol Coated Glassy Carbon Electrode Using Experiment Design Method

Development of a Low-Cost Microfluidic Kit for the Smartphone-Based Colorimetric Determination of As (III) in Drinking Water Samples

Applications of SNW1 Covalent Organic Framework in Analytical Chemistry: A Brief Outlook

Tailored porous triazine-based organic frameworks decorated with gold nanoparticles: A robust platform for ultra-sensitive arsenite detection

Adsorptive Removal of Methylene Blue from Aqueous Medium by a Triazine-Based Covalent Organic Framework

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Bu-Ali Sina University

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19101

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72

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50

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Analytical Chemistry

Top articles of Abbas Afkhami

Design and optimization of a cost-effective paper-based voltammetric sensor for the determination of trinitrotoluene (TNT) utilizing cysteamine-linked Fe3O4@ Au nanocomposite

Authors

Morteza Soltani-Shahrivar,Abbas Afkhami,Tayyebeh Madrakian

Journal

Talanta

Published Date

2024/4/3

This paper presents the development and optimization of a cost-effective paper electrochemical sensor for the detection of TNT using Fe3O4–Au core-shell nanoparticles modified with cysteamine (Fe3O4@Au/CA). The sensor was constructed by modifying a graphite paste with the aforementioned nanoparticles, which facilitated the formation of a Meisenheimer complex between cysteamine and TNT as an electron donor and an electron acceptor, respectively. The central composite design was employed to optimize four key parameters pH, modifier percentage, contact time, and buffer type to enhance the performance of the sensor. The detection limit was found to be 0.5 nM of TNT, while the linear range of the electrode response spanned from 0.002 μM to 10 μM. The simplicity and low cost of the sensor make it highly attractive for practical applications, particularly in scenarios where rapid and on-site TNT …

Rapid and Highly Efficient Removal of Tetracycline by a Melamine-Based Covalent Organic Framework: Comprehensive Density Functional Theory and Experimental Studies

Authors

Raheleh Farahani,Tayyebeh Madrakian,Mohammadreza Jalali Sarvestani,Abbas Afkhami

Journal

Journal of Analytical Chemistry

Published Date

2024/4

In this work, a melamine-based covalent organic framework (COF) was synthesized. Then its performance as a potential adsorbent for the removal of tetracycline (TC) was scrutinized by density functional theory computations. The theoretical results showed that TC interaction with COF is experimentally possible, exothermic, spontaneous, and thermodynamically favorable. The adsorption mechanism was checked out by natural bond orbital computations, the results of which demonstrated that TC interaction with COF is a physisorption process. The influence of temperature and the presence of the solvent was also investigated computationally, and the results showed that these parameters do not affect the interactions. Afterward, all effective operational parameters, including the amount of COF, agitation time, and pH, were optimized by the one-factor-at-a-time method to achieve the highest efficiency. Under optimum …

Poly (neutral red), poly (crystal violet), and poly (congo red) films as color filters for producing new color states in polyaniline electrochromic system

Authors

Mobina Moradi,Abbas Afkhami,Arash Ghoorchian,Tayyebeh Madrakian

Journal

Synthetic Metals

Published Date

2024/4/1

There is a pressing need for efficient strategies to produce new colors in electrochromic (EC) systems. The majority of studies to date have been conducted on the development of advanced synthesis routes for obtaining desired colors in EC materials, but they suffer from complicated synthesis and high costs. Herein, we developed a facile, viable, and efficient approach for tuning EC behavior of polyaniline (PANI) using three polymeric dyes: poly(neutral red) (PNR), poly(crystal violet) (PCV), and poly(Congo red) (PCR) films as color filters. PNR, PCV, and PCR films were electrodeposited on a fluorine-doped tin oxide (FTO) electrode modified with Schiff base network-1 (SNW1) to fabricate FTO/SNW1/PNR, FTO/SNW1/PCV, and FTO/SNW1/PCR, respectively. To inquire about the effects of studied polymeric dyes on the EC performance of PANI, aniline was electropolymerized onto the modified electrodes. The …

Electrochemical Determination of Sunset Yellow in the Presence of Tartrazine by an over Oxidized Poly p-Aminophenol Coated Glassy Carbon Electrode Using Experiment Design Method

Authors

Beheshteh Ajdari,Tayyebeh Madrakian,Abbas Afkhami,Mohammad Reza Jalali Sarvestani

Journal

Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry Research

Published Date

2024/4/1

The paper describes a scientific study involving the use of an over-oxidized p-aminophenol sensor for the quantification of sunset yellow in the presence of tartrazine. The study utilized the electropolymerization method on a glassy carbon electrode and employed the Box-Benken method to optimize parameters such as pH, step voltage, number of electropolymerization cycles, and precipitation potential. The study assessed the electrode's selectivity towards various ionic species and found no significant interference. It determined a linear range between 0.25 and 300.0 µ mol L-1 for sunset yellow, with a detection limit of 0.09 µ mol L-1. The electrode modified with PAP-OX underwent assessments of repeatability and reproducibility, yielding relative standard deviation (RSD) values of 1.14% and 4.09%, respectively. The primary objective of the research was to quantify the concentration of Sunset Yellow in different food samples, including ice cream, fruit juice, powder jelly, Smarties, and chocolate, while considering the presence of tartrazine. Overall, the study focused on developing a sensor for the quantification of sunset yellow in food and drink samples, with a particular emphasis on optimizing the sensor's performance and assessing its reliability for practical applications.

Development of a Low-Cost Microfluidic Kit for the Smartphone-Based Colorimetric Determination of As (III) in Drinking Water Samples

Authors

Bahareh Moradifar,Abbas Afkhami,Tayyebeh Madrakian,Sina Khalili,Mohammad Reza Jalali Sarvestani

Journal

Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry Research

Published Date

2024/7/1

As(III) determination is of great importance in various industries such as environmental monitoring, pharmaceuticals, and metallurgy. Therefore, we successfully synthesized and characterized a nanocomposite of sucrose-modified gold nanoparticles (Au@Suc) using UV-visible spectrophotometry and transmission electron microscopy (TEM), in this research. The use of a nanocomposite enabled the development of a microfluidic kit for the colorimetric point-of-care (POC) detection of As(III) ions. The experimental parameters for the microfluidic kit were optimized using the one-factor-at-a-time (OFAT) approach. The effective conditions for the microfluidic kit were found to be a flow rate of 0.15 ml/min, a path length of 5.50 cm, and a pH of 7.0. The resulting microfluidic kit indicated a direct correlation between the red component of RGB pixels in images captured by a smartphone and the concentration of As(III) ions in the range of 0.09-1.20 µmol L-1, with a detection limit of 0.054 µmol L-1. Evaluation of the microfluidic kit's selectivity revealed no significant interference. Additionally, the microfluidic kit was successfully employed to analyze As(III) in various drinking water samples, with recovery values ranging between 95.01% and 105.00%.

Applications of SNW1 Covalent Organic Framework in Analytical Chemistry: A Brief Outlook

Authors

Beheshteh Ajdari,Tayyebeh Madrakian,Abbas Afkhami

Published Date

2024/2/11

Schiff base network1 (SNW1) is a recently synthesized covalent organic framework (COF) that has garnered significant interest in the field of materials science and chemistry. It is synthesized through the condensation reaction of melamine with terephthaldehyde and has abundance of imine functional groups present within its chemical structure. Due to its distinctive characteristics such as elevated specific surface area, exceptional thermal and chemical durability, simple synthesis process, and notable electrochemical conductivity, numerous investigations have been conducted on this COF across diverse analytical chemistry domains. Our research group also explored the applications of this COF and its composites in different fields like microextraction methods, adsorptive removal of environmental contaminants, and electrochemical sensing of heavy metals. In this respect, we decided to introduce SNW1 COF in this short review and have a detailed discussion on its chemistry, and its scrutinized applications in analytical chemistry. Additionally, the literature that has been analyzed yielded pivotal insights, and a set of suggestions have been formulated for subsequent scholarly pursuits.

Tailored porous triazine-based organic frameworks decorated with gold nanoparticles: A robust platform for ultra-sensitive arsenite detection

Authors

Somaye Ebrahimi,Abbas Afkhami,Tayyebeh Madrakian

Journal

Microchemical Journal

Published Date

2024/4/23

An effective electrochemical sensing platform for As(III) determination was developed through in situ growing gold nanoparticles electrocatalyst inside the highly microporous melamine-based chemical organic framework (N-POP) with a large surface area prepared through the catalyst-free polycondensation between melamine and terephthalaldehyde. The microporous structure afforded support for the synchronous anchoring of more gold nanoparticles and exposing abundant unsaturated active sites for highly sensitive As(III) detection. The optimized synthesis was characterized by FT-IR, SEM, HR-TEM, UV–Vis, and XPS successful formation of the polymer, and the morphologically favorable heterojunction between AuNPs and the N-POP gave rise to enhanced electrochemical responses toward As(III) determination. Several parameters related to the synthesis of the nanocomposite and instrumental parameters …

Adsorptive Removal of Methylene Blue from Aqueous Medium by a Triazine-Based Covalent Organic Framework

Authors

Marzieh Salajegheh,DARYOUSH AFZALI,MOHAMMAD ALI TAHER

Published Date

2014/1/1

BACKGROUND HIGH VOLUMES OF AQUEOUS EFFLUENTS CONTAMINATED WITH DYES ARE GENERATED BY DIFFERENT INDUSTRIES. THEY ARE HIGHLY VISIBLE EVEN AT VERY LOW CONCENTRATIONS, AND MOST ORGANIC DYES ARE HARMFUL TO HUMAN BEINGS AND TOXIC TO PLANTS ANDMICROORGANISMS. THIS DICTATES THE NECESSITY OF DYE CONTAINING WATER TO UNDERGO TREATMENT BEFORE DISPOSAL TO THE ENVIRONMENT [1]. A RANGE OF CONVENTIONAL TECHNIQUE FOR DYE REMOVAL HAS BEEN INVESTIGATED EXTENSIVELY, SUCH AS ADSORPTION, OXIDATION-OZONATION, COAGULATION, COAGULATIONFLOCCULATION AND BIOLOGICAL METHODS. SORPTION TECHNIQUE WILL BECOME INEXPENSIVE, IF THE SORBENT MATERIAL USED IS OF CHEAPER COST AND DOES NOT REQUIRE ANY EXPENSIVE ADDITIONAL PRETREATMENT STEP. ACTIVATED CARBON AND CLAY ARE THE MOST EMPLOYED ADSORBENT FOR DYE REMOVAL FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTION BECAUSE OF ITS EXCELLENT ADSORPTION PROPERTIES SUCH AS THE HIGH ADSORPTION CAPACITY, HIGH SURFACE AREA AND POROUS STRUCTURE [2]. METHODS NICKEL-METAL NANOPARTICLES WERE PREPARED BY THE REDUCTION OF NI (NO3) 2. 6 H2O WITH HYDRAZINE HYDRATE IN ETHYLENE GLYCOL. NI-ACTIVATED CARBON AND NI-CLAY NANO COMPOSITES WERE PREPARED BY SONICATINGAQUEOUS SOLUTION OF NI NANOPARTICLES WITH ACTIVATED CARBON AND CLAY. FOR REMOVAL OF MB, 10 ML OF MB WITH DIFFERENT …

Fabrication of impedimetric sensor based on metallic nanoparticle for the determination of mesna anticancer drug

Authors

Maryam Mehrban,Tayyebeh Madrakian,Abbas Afkhami,Nahid Rezvani Jalal

Journal

Scientific Reports

Published Date

2023/7/14

Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) is a highly effective technique for studying the surface of electrodes in great detail. EIS-based electrochemical sensors have been widely reported, which measure the charge transfer resistance (Rct) of redox probes on electrode surfaces to monitor the binding of target molecules. One of the protective drugs against hemorrhagic cystitis caused by oxazaphosphorine chemotherapy drugs such as ifosfamide, cyclophosphamide and trophosphamide is Mesna (sodium salt of 2-mercaptoethanesulfonate). The increase in the use of Mesna due to the high consumption of anti-cancer drugs, the determination of this drug in biological samples is of particular importance. So far, no electrochemical method has been reported to measure Mesna. In this research, a novel impedimetric sensor based on a glassy carbon electrode (GCE) modified with oxidized multiwalled carbon …

Quantum Dots in Medical Detection/Diagnosis

Authors

Nahid Rezvani Jalal,Fariba Mollarasouli,Mohammad Reza Jalali Sarvestani,Sina Khalili,Sepideh Asadi,Zahra Derakhshan,Tayyebeh Madrakian,Abbas Afkhami,Mazaher Ahmadi

Published Date

2023/8/11

One area of interest in nanotechnology, particularly in nanobiotechnology, is the study of optical and electrical phenomena related to nanometer-scale semiconductors. 1, 2 Quantum dots (QDs) are semiconductor nanocrystals (NCs)(usually 2–10 nm in diameter) whose electrons and holes are quantum-confined in all three spatial dimensions. 3, 4 The exciton, an electron–hole Coulomb attraction, is the most fascinating aspect of QDs. Excitons are formed when external energy (eg, light input) acts upon materials such as semiconductors or insulators. 2 The extraordinary size-dependent optical properties of semiconductor QDs, such as

Electrochemical determination of cyanuric acid using the signal suppression of melamine on an overoxidized Poly-(para-aminophenol) coated glassy carbon electrode

Authors

Samaneh Hashemi,Abbas Afkhami,Mahdie Kamalabadi,Tayyebeh Madrakian,Arash Ghoorchian,Vahid Ghasemzadeh-Mohammadi

Journal

Journal of Applied Electrochemistry

Published Date

2023/12

Cyanuric acid (CA) is known as an important environmental and human toxin with low electroactivity. Therefore, it is an attractive issue to develop an electrochemical sensor for CA determination. Here, we reported a novel electrochemical sensor for the indirect electrochemical determination of CA using the complex formation between CA and melamine (MEL), for the first time. Firstly, the electrochemical conversation of MEL to electroactive polymelamine was conducted using a glassy carbon electrode modified with overoxidized Poly-(para-aminophenol) film. MEL was chosen as a probe for indirect determination, and its current intensity was recorded. CA was then added to the medium, and the decline in the current intensity was considered as the sensor response. The calibration curve within the range of 100–2500 µmol L−1 was constructed from sensor response against CA concentration using square wave …

Rapid determination of ampyra in urine samples using dispersive liquid-liquid microextraction coupled with ion mobility spectrometry

Authors

Mojdeh Mohammadi,Sara Khosravi,Amir Nili-Ahmadabadi,Mahdie Kamalabadi,Vahid Ghasemzadeh-Mohammadi,Abbas Afkhami

Journal

Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis

Published Date

2023/2/5

Ampyra (AMP, 4-Aminopyridine) is a potassium channel blocker that attracts growing research interest due to its adverse effects at high doses. The fast analysis of AMP is challenging because it typically requires complex analytical techniques. In this research, we developed and validated a novel method to assess the fast and quantitative analysis of AMP from real samples. This method combines the strength of ion mobility spectrometry (IMS) for rapid detection and the dispersive liquid-liquid microextraction as a fast and effective preconcentration method for the preconcentration/extraction of AMP. In this method, Ag nanoparticles were used as modifier agents. Moreover, the proposed mechanism for interaction of AMP with AgNPs was investigated based on the quantum theory of atoms in molecules (QTAIM) analysis. Also, the sensitivity of the proposed method was improved through the application of a delay on the …

Electrochemical simultaneous treatment approach: Electro-reduction of CO2 at Pt/PANI@ ZnO paired with wastewater electro-oxidation over PbO2

Authors

Sina Khalili,Abbas Afkhami,Tayyebeh Madrakian

Journal

Applied Catalysis B: Environmental

Published Date

2023/7/5

The electro-reduction of CO2 paired with wastewater electro-oxidation processes is a promising method for producing value-added products and decreasing energy consumption. In an H-type cell, the electrocatalytic mineralization of AMD 10B in an aqueous medium over novel β-PbO2 anode paired with the CO2 electrocatalytic reduction converts to methanol and formic acid at Pt/PANI@ZnO cathode. The proposed anode electrode showed a very high surface-to-volume ratio, high-performance electrocatalytic degradation, and a long service lifetime. Experimental results indicate in the anode compartment, a good COD removal efficiency (93%) and the lowest specific energy consumption, 4.6 kWh m−3 were obtained. Simultaneously, results obtained from the catholyte analysis showed Faradaic efficiency of 57% and 41% with a total cathodic energy efficiency of 34% at 15 mA cm−2 for methanol and formic acid …

Applicability of a synthesized melamine based covalent organic framework as a novel ionophore for the potentiometric determination of mercury (II): Computational and …

Authors

Mohammad Reza Jalali Sarvestani,Tayyebeh Madrakian,Abbas Afkhami,Beheshteh Ajdari

Journal

Microchemical Journal

Published Date

2023/5/1

In this research, the complexation of a recently synthesized covalent organic framework (schiff base network1) with 10 different cations was investigated by QTAIM (quantum theory of atoms in molecules) computations. The theoretical results showed the schiff base network1 interactions with Hg2+ is considerably stronger than other cations and it can be used as an selective ionophore for the development of a potentiometric sensor to determination of Hg2+. Therefore, a Hg2+ selective PVC membrane coated graphite electrode was developed based on schiff base network1. The best response was observed form the membrane composition of PVC (32 %), Nitrobenzene (60 %), sodium tetraphenylborate (2 %), and schiff base network1 (6 %). The designed sensor showed an excellent Nernstian response to Mercury (II) (29.8 mV. Decade−1) over a wide activity range from 1 × 10−7 to 5 × 10−3 and the detection limit of …

Use of Metal–Organic Frameworks in the Separation/Identification Stage of Analysis

Authors

Nahid Rezvani Jalal,Mohammad Reza Jalali Sarvestani,Sina Khalili,Sepideh Asadi,Beheshteh Ajdari,Ali Fathi,Alieh Moeinipour,Abbas Afkhami,Tayyebeh Madrakian,Mazaher Ahmadi

Published Date

2023/8/2

Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) have been successfully applied as sorbents in different separation methods, such as solid-phase extraction, magnetic solid-phase extraction, and solid-phase microextraction. In addition, MOFs have been utilized as stationary phases for gas chromatography, liquid chromatography, and capillary electrochromatography and as membranes for gas separation, liquid separation, and ion separation. In this chapter, we investigate the potential of MOF-based separation methods for analytical applications. Various MOF-based sample separation approaches are described with a focus on the use of MOFs as the main materials for the separation stage of the analytical procedures.

Aerosol assisted synthesis of a pH responsive curcumin anticancer drug nanocarrier using chitosan and alginate natural polymers

Authors

Sepideh Asadi,Tayyebeh Madrakian,Mazaher Ahmadi,Miguel Ángel Aguirre,Abbas Afkhami,Seyed Sepehr Uroomiye,Fatemeh Ghaffari,Akram Ranjbar

Journal

Scientific Reports

Published Date

2023/11/8

In recent years, several nanocarrier synthesis methods have been developed. In cancer therapy, the use of smart nanocarriers is of interest. Smart nanocarriers respond to their environment and can release their cargo in a controlled manner under the action of internal or external stimuli. In this work, we report on the development of an aerosol-assisted method for the synthesis of curcumin-loaded chitosan/alginate-based polymeric nanocarrier (CurNCs). A custom-fabricated multi-nebulizer system was utilized for the synthesis of CurNCs. The developed system comprises three main parts a sprayer, an electric heater tunnel, and a collector. Curcumin and chitosan solutions were sprayed using a pneumatic multinebulizer into the electric heater tunnel to form chitosan-curcumin assemblies. Then, the aerosol was guided into the collector solution containing sodium alginate and tri-poly phosphate aqueous solution for …

Combination of an aptamer-based immunochromatography assay with nanocomposite-modified screen-printed electrodes for discrimination and simultaneous determination of tryptophan …

Authors

Hosein Khoshsafar,Hasan Bagheri,Pegah Hashemi,Mohammad Mahdi Bordbar,Tayyebeh Madrakian,Abbas Afkhami

Journal

Talanta

Published Date

2023/2/1

While the detection of tryptophan enantiomers is of great importance in the field of pharmacy and biotechnology, significant limitations exist in their selective determination using conventional methods. A simple solution is to use immunochromatographic assays, thereby separating enantiomers and detecting them by electrochemical methods. In this study, the l-tryptophan enantiomer is captured by biotin-aptamer immobilized on an immunochromatographic test strip and recognized using a screen-printed electrode. PdCuCo/RGO nanocomposite is coated on the electrode surface in order to amplify the sensor sensitivity. The electrochemical measurements are performed by differential pulse voltammetry. At the optimal conditions, the sensor response shows a good linear relationship with the tryptophan concentration in the range of 0.08–20.0 μM, providing a detection limit of 0.03 μM. Since the sensor is stable and …

Dual stimuli-responsive gelatin-based hydrogel for pH and temperature-sensitive delivery of curcumin anticancer drug

Authors

Mohadese Mahdian,Soheila Akbari Asrari,Mazaher Ahmadi,Tayyebeh Madrakian,Nahid Rezvani Jalal,Abbas Afkhami,Mohammadreza Moradi,Leila Gholami

Journal

Journal of Drug Delivery Science and Technology

Published Date

2023/6/1

Stimuli-sensitive drug delivery enables transporting therapeutic agents to diseased areas and then releasing their cargo in response to external or internal stimuli. Here, we report on the synthesis and characterization of dual stimuli-responsive hydrogel for pH and temperature-sensitive delivery of curcumin (CUR) anticancer drug. CUR-loaded chitosan nanocapsules (CURNCs) were embedded in glucose-crosslinked gelatin hydrogel containing polydopamine nanoparticles (PDA NPs) (denoted as GGPDNCs). The result showed that CUR release from CURNCs was higher at acidic pH values. Glucose-crosslinked gelatin hydrogel was stable at 37 °C. To enable thermal responsivity under NIR laser irradiation, PDA NPs were embedded in the glucose-crosslinked gelatin hydrogel. The GGPDNCs hydrogel is, thus, engineered to respond to both pH and temperature stimuli. Under the optimum conditions, the release …

A paired emitter–detector diode-based photometer for the determination of sodium hypochlorite adulteration in milk

Authors

Narges Bastan,Mazaher Ahmadi,Tayyebeh Madrakian,Abbas Afkhami,Sina Khalili,Mohsen Majidi,Mohammadreza Moradi

Journal

Scientific Reports

Published Date

2023/4/17

This paper reports on developing a low cost but efficient paired emitter–detector diode (PEDD)-based photometer. The photometer consists of a white light-emitting diode (LED) as the emitter diode, an RGB LED as the detector diode, and a multimeter for recoding the signal. The developed PEDD-based photometer was utilized for the determination of liquid bleach adulteration in cow milk samples. N,N-Diethyl-p-phenylenediamine sulfate aqueous solution of pH 6 was used as a probe to monitor the presence of residual active chlorine in milk. The results showed that the developed method could be used to determine sodium hypochlorite in the concentration range of 0.5 to 20.0 ppm Cl2 with 0.14 and 0.46 ppm Cl2 limit of detection and limit of quantification, respectively. The intraday and interday precisions of the method at two concentration levels of 5.5 and 13.7 ppm Cl2 were 1.04% and 0.52%, and 1.81% and 1 …

Use of Metal–Organic Frameworks in the Detection Stage of Analysis/Miniaturization Devices

Authors

Mohammad Reza Jalali Sarvestani,Nahid Rezvani Jalal,Sina Khalili,Alieh Moeinipour,Sepideh Asadi,Narges Bastan,Samira Aghajani,Abbas Afkhami,Tayyebeh Madrakian,Mazaher Ahmadi

Published Date

2023/8/2

Metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) have prominent features in comparison to conventional porous materials that make them ideal and superior sensing materials for the detection of various organic and inorganic analytes using different types of sensors. Generally, in MOF-based detection systems, any alteration in MOF features that is contingent on the guest molecule (the analyte) can be used as a signal that has a clear relationship with the concentration of the desired analyte. In this respect, MOF-based sensors can be divided into different groups based on the measured sensing signal type including electrochemical, optical, mechanical, and photo-electrochemical sensors. This chapter is focused on the applications of MOFs as sensing materials in different sensor types. The advantages and disadvantages of each type are compared critically and some important conclusions are made for future work.

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The articles with the titles of

Design and optimization of a cost-effective paper-based voltammetric sensor for the determination of trinitrotoluene (TNT) utilizing cysteamine-linked Fe3O4@ Au nanocomposite

Rapid and Highly Efficient Removal of Tetracycline by a Melamine-Based Covalent Organic Framework: Comprehensive Density Functional Theory and Experimental Studies

Poly (neutral red), poly (crystal violet), and poly (congo red) films as color filters for producing new color states in polyaniline electrochromic system

Electrochemical Determination of Sunset Yellow in the Presence of Tartrazine by an over Oxidized Poly p-Aminophenol Coated Glassy Carbon Electrode Using Experiment Design Method

Development of a Low-Cost Microfluidic Kit for the Smartphone-Based Colorimetric Determination of As (III) in Drinking Water Samples

Applications of SNW1 Covalent Organic Framework in Analytical Chemistry: A Brief Outlook

Tailored porous triazine-based organic frameworks decorated with gold nanoparticles: A robust platform for ultra-sensitive arsenite detection

Adsorptive Removal of Methylene Blue from Aqueous Medium by a Triazine-Based Covalent Organic Framework

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are the top articles of Abbas Afkhami at Bu-Ali Sina University.

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The research interests of Abbas Afkhami are: Analytical Chemistry

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Abbas Afkhami has 19,101 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Abbas Afkhami?

The co-authors of Abbas Afkhami are Rasmus Bro, Mohammad Ali Zolfigol, Colin A. Stedmon, Tayyebeh Madrakian, Alireza Rahmani, Morteza Bahram.

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    H-index: 84
    Rasmus Bro

    Rasmus Bro

    Københavns Universitet

    H-index: 72
    Mohammad Ali Zolfigol

    Mohammad Ali Zolfigol

    Bu-Ali Sina University

    H-index: 65
    Colin A. Stedmon

    Colin A. Stedmon

    Danmarks Tekniske Universitet

    H-index: 57
    Tayyebeh Madrakian

    Tayyebeh Madrakian

    Bu-Ali Sina University

    H-index: 38
    Alireza Rahmani

    Alireza Rahmani

    Hamadan University of Medical Sciences

    H-index: 31
    Morteza Bahram

    Morteza Bahram

    Urmia University

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