A highly-sensitive sensor based on carbon nanohorns reduced graphene oxide coated by gold platinum core-shell nanoparticles for electrochemical detection of carbendazim in fruit and vegetable juice

This work provides a simple, rapid, economical, sensitive, and accurate sensor for CBZ quantification in fruit and vegetable juice.

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