Design and Evaluation of a Novel Bismuth Optical Sensor Using PC-ANN Application

Document Type: Research Paper

Authors

Department of Chemistry, Yasouj University, P. O. Box: 75918-74934, Under Hill Yasouj, Iran

Abstract

The characterization of and construction of a new optical sensor based on the immobilization of Pyrocatechol Violet on a triacetylcellulose membrane was described to for the determination of bismuth (III) in real samples. The interaction between sensing membrane and bismuth (III) was caused at pH 3.80 in acetate buffer solution and the color changed from yellow to blue along with the appearance of a strong peak appears at 613 nm. The effect of parameters on the preparation of the sensor and determination of V (IV) ions was investigated. At the optimal condition, this optical sensor has a linear range of 4.98-47.60 µM with a limit of detection of 0.11 µM. Bismuth (III) can be detected within 10 min. The working range was improved by using PC-ANN algorithm. The sensor could be regenerated with 0.1 M hydrochloric acid solution. Bismuth (III) detection method was applied to determine Bismuth (III) ions in biological and environmental samples.

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