Mercury detection by CAPTÔT
Captôt is a small electrochemical sensor developed at the LSI since 2007 that permits the detection of Mercury from a few tens of ppb (µg/L) to ultralow concentrations, below 10 ppt (ng/L). The analysis technique, based on anodic stripping voltammetry (ASV), is very sensitive with errors of about 10 %. The interest of Captôt is its ability to measure trace levels of Mercury in water loaded with salt (1g/L), and or a large pH range (3-9) and in the presence of other potentially interfering heavy-metals (a problem was seen with iron because it interacts with mercury). Click for a document explicit on the technology behind Captôt.
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