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Journal of fluorescence

A sensitive resonance scattering spectral assay for the determination of trace H2O2 based on the hrp catalytic reaction and nanogold aggregation.


PMID 18259844

Abstract

Gold nanoparticles in size of 15 nm exhibit a resonance scattering (RS) peak at 580 nm, in pH 6.4 citrate buffer solutions. Horseradish peroxidase (HRP) strongly catalyzed the H2O2 oxidation of o-phenylenediamine to form an intergradation of cyclohexa-3, 5-diene-1, 2-diylidenediamine and the product of 2, 3-diaminophenazin. Both cause gold nanoparticles aggregations to enhance the RS intensity at 580 nm greatly. Under the optimal conditions, the concentration of H2O2 (C) in the range of 0.08-2.2 micromol/l was proportional to the enhanced RS intensity at 580 nm (DeltaI580 nm). Its regression equation was DeltaI580 nm=46.8C+3.4, with a correlation coefficient of 0.9983 and a detection limit of 0.03 micromol/l H2O2. This new RS spectral method was applied to the determination of H2O2 in water samples with satisfactory results.

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