Novel solution- and paper-based sensors based on label-free fluorescent carbon dots for the selective detection of pyrimethanil

Novel solution- and paper-based sensors based on label-free fluorescent carbon dots for the selective detection of pyrimethanil

 

Our group recently collaborated with Dr. Peerasak Paoprasert from the Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science and Technology, Thammasat University in developing novel sensors based on fluorescent carbon dots (CDs) for the rapid, selective, and sensitive detection of pyrimethanil, which is a fungicide widely used in agricultural crops. Our work demonstrated that the CD sensor can be used as a high-performance tool for quality control in food, agricultural, and environmental monitoring with sufficient safety.

 

Research

 

Reference

Supchocksoonthorn P, Sinoy M, Hanchaina R, Kangsamaksin T, de Luna MD, Paoprasert P. Novel solution- and paper-based sensors based on label-free fluorescent carbon dots for the selective detection of pyrimethanil. Appl Surf Sci. 2021;564(150372):1–12. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apsusc.2021.150372

 

Relevant SDGs
SDGs_Goal-3
BC investigator
Thaned Kangsamaksin Assoc. Prof. Thaned Kangsamaksin