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    EP 1341603 2003-09-10
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    1341603 2006-05-17
 
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Published Patent: METHODS AND APPARATUS FOR THE OXIDATION OF GLUCOSE MOLECULES
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TitleMETHODS AND APPARATUS FOR THE OXIDATION OF GLUCOSE MOLECULES
 
Granted Patent1341603
 
Granted Date2006-05-17
 
Priority Date2001-12-13 PCT/CN2001001619
2000-12-14 US 09/255608P
 
InventorsCHAN, KWONG-YU
ZHANG, XIN
LAM, CHUNG MAN
TSEUNG, ALFRED C. C
SHEN, PEIKANG
YOU, JINKUA
 
Issue Date2003
 
CitationEP Published Patent application EP 1341603. European Patent Office (EPO), Escapenet, 2003 [How to Cite?]
 
AbstractA catalyst comprising Pt-Co alloy, or Pt-Co-Sn alloy or Pt-Co>m<O>n< mixed metal oxides is disclosed to be used as a catalyst for the direct electrochemical oxidation of glucose or other simple sugars and carbohydrates at room temperature. The catalyst can be supported on metal electrodes, graphite electrodes, porous carbon electrodes, or gas diffusion electrodes. An electrode containing this catalyst will be used as the key component in a direct glucose-air fuel cell operating in alkaline media with a good room temperature performance. This catalyst can also be applied as a key electrode material in a glucose sensor to detect glucose concentration in neutral or alkaline medium. The preparation method of the catalyst, optimum composition, and results of glucose sensor and glucose fuel cell applications are disclosed.A catalyst comprising Pt-Co alloy, or Pt-Co-Sn alloy or Pt-ComOn mixed metal oxides is disclosed to be used as a catalyst for the direct electrochemical oxidation of glucose or other simple sugars and carbohydrates at room temperature. The catalyst can be supported on metal electrodes, graphite electrodes, porous carbon electrodes, or gas diffusion electrodes. An electrode containing this catalyst will be used as the key component in a direct glucose-air fuel cell operating in alkaline media with a good room temperature performance. This catalyst can also be applied as a key electrode material in a glucose sensor to detect glucose concentration in neutral or alkaline medium. The preparation method of the catalyst, optimum composition, and results of glucose sensor and glucose fuel cell applications are disclosed.
 
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US 4552857 (A) 1985-11-12

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JP 62237947 (A) 1987-10-17

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US 4867909 (A) 1989-09-19
 
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dc.contributor.inventorCHAN, KWONG-YU
 
dc.contributor.inventorZHANG, XIN
 
dc.contributor.inventorLAM, CHUNG MAN
 
dc.contributor.inventorTSEUNG, ALFRED C. C
 
dc.contributor.inventorSHEN, PEIKANG
 
dc.contributor.inventorYOU, JINKUA
 
dc.date.accessioned2011-10-19T06:29:31Z
 
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patents.date.publication2003-09-10
 
dc.description.abstractA catalyst comprising Pt-Co alloy, or Pt-Co-Sn alloy or Pt-Co>m<O>n< mixed metal oxides is disclosed to be used as a catalyst for the direct electrochemical oxidation of glucose or other simple sugars and carbohydrates at room temperature. The catalyst can be supported on metal electrodes, graphite electrodes, porous carbon electrodes, or gas diffusion electrodes. An electrode containing this catalyst will be used as the key component in a direct glucose-air fuel cell operating in alkaline media with a good room temperature performance. This catalyst can also be applied as a key electrode material in a glucose sensor to detect glucose concentration in neutral or alkaline medium. The preparation method of the catalyst, optimum composition, and results of glucose sensor and glucose fuel cell applications are disclosed.A catalyst comprising Pt-Co alloy, or Pt-Co-Sn alloy or Pt-ComOn mixed metal oxides is disclosed to be used as a catalyst for the direct electrochemical oxidation of glucose or other simple sugars and carbohydrates at room temperature. The catalyst can be supported on metal electrodes, graphite electrodes, porous carbon electrodes, or gas diffusion electrodes. An electrode containing this catalyst will be used as the key component in a direct glucose-air fuel cell operating in alkaline media with a good room temperature performance. This catalyst can also be applied as a key electrode material in a glucose sensor to detect glucose concentration in neutral or alkaline medium. The preparation method of the catalyst, optimum composition, and results of glucose sensor and glucose fuel cell applications are disclosed.
 
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dc.rightsCreative Commons: Attribution 3.0 Hong Kong License For Public Patent Documents
 
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