Chinese Journal of Applied Chemistry ›› 2024, Vol. 41 ›› Issue (4): 472-483.DOI: 10.19894/j.issn.1000-0518.230293

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Research Progress of Nanomaterial Sensors in the Detection of Organophosphorus Pesticide Residues

Kong-Hao PENG1, An-Qi BAI1, Ying MENG1, Hui YIN1, Xin-Yao SU1, Jin-Yu YANG1, Shu-Rong LI1,2, Ling-Yan ZHANG1,2, Li-Xia LUO1,2(), Pei-Jun MENG1,2()   

  1. 1.School of Public Health,Baotou Medical College,Baotou 014040,China
    2.Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Health Testing and Evaluation Engineering Technology Center,Baotou 014040,China
  • Received:2023-09-25 Accepted:2024-01-25 Published:2024-04-01 Online:2024-04-28
  • Contact: Li-Xia LUO,Pei-Jun MENG
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    the National Natural Science Foundation of China(81960601);the Young Talents of Science and Technology in Universities of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region(NJYT23026);the Provincial Natural Science Foundation of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region(2023MS08009);the Medical and Health Technology Plan Project of Health Commission of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region(202201383);the College Students' Innovative Entrepreneurial Training Plan Program of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region in 2023(S202310130001)


Organophosphorus pesticides (OPs), as one of the most toxic pesticides, have the characteristics of wide use, large usage and great harm to human health. With people's longing and continuous pursuit of a healthy life, it is particularly urgent and important to build accurate, sensitive, convenient and fast OPs residual analysis and detection sensor. Because of the unique optical, electrochemical and biological properties of nanomaterials, OPs detection sensors based on nanomaterials have the advantages of sensitivity, high efficiency and economy. In this paper, the domestic and foreign sensors for detecting OPs residues based on rare earth doped upconversion nanomaterials, metal nanomaterials, metal oxide nanomaterials, carbon nanomaterials and quantum dot nanomaterials from 2015 to 2023 are reviewed, providing ideas and basis for the subsequent development of nanomaterial-based OPs multi residue detection sensors.

Key words: Nanomaterials, Organophosphorus pesticides, Residues, Sensors

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