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Has a Masters Degree in analytical chemistry at Instituto de Química de São Carlos da Universidade de São Paulo (IQSC-USP, CAPES 7 in quality), under the guidance of Professor Dr. Sergio Antonio Spinola Machado, within the group Grupo de Materiais Eletroquímicos e Métodos Eletroanalíticos - GMEME. Holds a bachelor's title in Chemistry at Instituto de Química de São Carlos da Universidade de São Paulo (IQSC-USP). Has experience in analytical chemistry with emphasis in electroanalysis, working mainly with the subjects: electroanalysis, nanomaterials, electrochemical sensors. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The development of a electrochemical sensor based in a composite of oxidated graphene, metallic nanoparticles (Au or Ag) and mesoporous sílica is proposed to be used for determining bisphenol-A in environmental samples (water from different creeks in the São Carlos region). The composite will be initially characterized by transmission spectroscopy to determine the size and distribution ...
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