Phosphate detection in water - a potential amperometric approach

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Excess phosphorus causes eutrophication (excess of nutrient promoting a proliferation of plants, (especially algae) in
ecosystems. Consequently, the monitoring of phosphate in waste, drinking and natural water is of major importance.
There is a strong interest in a method alternative to the standard molybdate colorimetric method, which is not well suited to continuous monitoring under field conditions. Various potentiometric ion-selective electrodes, amperometric and potentiometric enzyme-electrodes have been studied but so far without achieving results suitable for application under real conditions [1].

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