Construction of an ECL Detection Platform for Sensitive Detection of Carbaryl Based on an Eu3+-Functionalized Metal-Organic Framework Encapsulated with Nanogold

Foods. 2022 May 19;11(10):1487. doi: 10.3390/foods11101487.


In this work, an Eu3+-MOF-253@Au electrochemiluminescence sensor was successfully constructed for the first time by encapsulating nanogold in the metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) backbone and pore channels, and assembling Eu3+ on the MOF backbone. Firstly, the introduction of nanogold overcomes the weakness of MOFs, which was difficult to achieve, and enhances its catalytic performance, followed by the modification of Eu3+ to confer the electrochemiluminescence performance and the function of target detection on the sensor. Moreover, carbaryl was placed in an alkaline working solution to enhance the intensity of electrochemiluminescence signal, as well as to promote the hydrolysis of carbaryl into 1-naphthol, which caused the burst of Eu3+-MOF-253@Au electrochemiluminescence sensor, thereby achieving the sensitive detection of carbaryl. On this basis, the electrochemiluminescence detection conditions were optimized, the performance was analyzed, and finally it was successfully used for the detection of carbaryl with good linearity in the range of 0.2-200 μg L-1 and a low detection limit (0.14 μg L-1).

PMID:35627057 | PMC:PMC9141832 | DOI:10.3390/foods11101487


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