THE THEORETICAL DESCRIPTION OF SARTAN ELECTROCHEMICAL DETERMINATION, ASSISTED BY NEW TRIAZOLES, REINFORCED BY A DISULFONIC ORGANIC ACID

Volodymyr Valentynovych Tkach, Marta V. Kushnir, Yana G. Ivanushko, Sílvio C. de Oliveira, Olga V. Luganska, Volodymyr V. Parchenko, Oleksiy A. Bigdan, Andriy S. Gotsulia, Petró I. Yagodynets

Abstract


The theoretical description of the electrochemical determination of sartan antihypertensive drugs, assisted by novel triazolic derivatives, using a disulfonic organic acid as a binder, has been made. The correspondent mathematical model was analyzed by means of linear stability theory and bifurcation analysis. It was shown that, despite of the DEL influences of both chemical and electrochemical stages, the electroanalytical process is realized efficiently, if certain conditions are remaining satisfied. The oscillatory behavior is more probable than in a more common case of electrochemical triazole-assisted determination.

Keywords


chemically modified electrodes, sartan group, triazole, disulfonic organic acids, electrochemical sensors, stable steady-state

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ISSN: 2509-2065

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