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Table 5 MXene-based electrocatalytic sensors designated to the detection of various environmental pollutant

From: Application of MXenes in environmental remediation technologies

MXene-based electrocatalyst Pollutant Technique Linear Range (µM) Detection limit (µM) Reference
Nafion/ Ti3C2Tx Bromate ion Differential pulse voltammetry 0.05–50 0.041 [81]
PANI-Ti3C2 Mercury ions Anodic stripping voltammetry 5 × 10–4–1 × 10–1 8.5 × 10–5 [82]
AChE/Ag@ Ti3C2Tx Malathion Differential pulse voltammetry 1 × 10–8–1 × 10–2 3.27 × 10–9 [83]
Ti3C2Tx Carbendazim Differential pulse voltammetry 0.05–100 0.0103 [84]
Ti3C2Tx /ERGO Carbendazim Differential pulse voltammetry 0.002–10 0.00067 [85]
Ti3C2-MWCNT CT
HQ
Differential pulse voltammetry 2–150 0.0066
0.0039
[88]
Tyr-MXene-Chi Phenol Amperometric 0.05–15.5 0.012 [89]
  1. AChE acetylcholinesterase, ERGO electrochemically reduced graphene oxide, CT catechol, HQ hydroquino