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    Nickel-ferrite nanoparticles (NiFe2O4) were synthesized by a hydrothermal method. They were used to modify a carbon paste electrode (CPE) and to prepare an electrochemical sensor for simultaneous determination of rizatriptan benzoate (RZB) and acetaminophen (AC). The structure and morphology of the bare CPE and modified CPE were studied using field emission scanning electron microscopy, while the structural characterization of NiFe2O4 was performed via X-ray diffraction. In the potential range 0.2-1.2 V, AC and RZB were detected at potentials of 0.5 V and 0.88 V (vs. Ag/AgCl saturated KCl 3 M), respectively. Both calibration plots are linear in the 1 to 90 μM concentration range. The limits of detection (at 3σ) of AC and RZB are 0.49 and 0.44 μM, respectively. The performance of the modified CPE was evaluated by quantifying the two drugs in spiked urine and in tablets. Graphical abstract The modified electrode consist of Nickel-ferrite and graphite by differential pulse voltammetry methods are schematically presented for simultaneous detection of acetaminophen (a painkiller drug) and rizatriptan benzoate (an antimigraine drug) in human urine and tablet samples.


    Maedeh Nouri, Mostafa Rahimnejad, Ghasem Najafpour, Ali Akbar Moghadamnia. Simultaneous voltammetric determination of rizatriptan and acetaminophen using a carbon paste electrode modified with NiFe2O4 nanoparticles. Mikrochimica acta. 2020 May 07;187(6):315

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