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Is there a way to detect the concentration of chlorpromazine in a small sample ; ex: human saliva, using electro-chemical analysis? Does the sensor necessarily have to be a bulky piece of lab equipment or are there smaller sensors available for that kind of test? Thanks in advance!

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A cursory online search furnished

  1. Graphene paste electrode for detection of chlorpromazine by Mohammad Hadi Parvin in Electrochemistry Communications, 2011, 13, 366-369 (DOI).

  2. A multipurpose Voltammetric Sensor for the Determination of Chlorpromazine in Presence of Acetaminophen, Uric Acid, Dopamine and Ascorbic Acid by Binesh Unnikrishnan, Pei-Chi Hsu, and Shen-Ming Chen in Int. J. Electrochem. Sci., 2012, 7, 11414-11425 (PDF).

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