Applications of cerium-based materials in food monitoring

Food Chem. 2024 Jun 30:444:138639. doi: 10.1016/j.foodchem.2024.138639. Epub 2024 Feb 3.

Abstract

With the rapid development of society, food safety to public health has been a topic that cannot be ignored. In recent years, lanthanide-based materials are studied to be potential candidates in the detection of food samples. Cerium (Ce)-based materials (such as Ce ions, CeO2, Ce-metal organic framework (Ce-MOF), etc.) have also attracted more attention in food detection by virtue of colorimetric, fluorescence, sensing, and other methods. This is because the mixed valence of Ce (Ce3+ and Ce4+), the formation of oxygen vacancies, and their optical and electrochemical properties. In this review, Ce-based materials will be introduced and discussed in the field of food detection, including biogenesis, construction, catalytic mechanisms, combination, and applications. In addition, the current challenges and future development trend of these Ce-based materials in food safety detection are also proposed and discussed. Therefore, it is meaningful to explore the Ce-based materials for detection of biomarkers in food samples.

Keywords: Cerium; Food safety detection; Lanthanide; Nanozyme.

Publication types

  • Review

MeSH terms

  • Cerium* / chemistry
  • Colorimetry
  • Lanthanoid Series Elements*
  • Metal-Organic Frameworks* / chemistry
  • Oxygen / chemistry

Substances

  • Cerium
  • Lanthanoid Series Elements
  • Metal-Organic Frameworks
  • Oxygen