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Electrochemical Methods: Fundamentals and Applications
A review of a book intended to serve as both a course text at the senior-graduate level and as a reference book for those who wish to evaluate electrochemical methods as research tools.
Standard Potentials in Aqueous Solution
Each of the 24 chapters of this book on standard electrode potentials in aqueous solutions was prepared by knowledgeable specialized experts and reviewed by referees who are credited herein. For the
Scanning electrochemical microscopy.
SECM has been adapted to investigate charge transport across liquid/liquid interfaces and to probe charge transport in thin films and membranes and has been combined with several other nonelectrochemical techniques, such as atomic force microscopy, to enhance and complement the information available from SECM alone.
Voltammetric studies of the interaction of metal chelates with DNA. 2. Tris-chelated complexes of cobalt(III) and iron(II) with 1,10-phenanthroline and 2,2'-bipyridine
Voltammetric methods were used to probe the interaction (electrostatic or intercalative) of metal complexes, ML 3 3+/2+ , with calf thymus DNA. Binding constants (K n+ ) and binding site sizes (s)
Electroanalytical Chemistry: A Series of Advances
Nanoscale Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy Shigeru Amemiya Electrochemical Applications of Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopy Anna Weber, Wenqing Shi, and Lane A. Baker Electrode Surface
Artificial Photosynthesis: Solar Splitting of Water to Hydrogen and Oxygen
The maintenance of life on earth, our food, oxygen, and fossil fuels depend upon the conversion of solar energy into chemical energy by biological photosynthesis carried out by green plants and
Novel carbon-doped TiO2 nanotube arrays with high aspect ratios for efficient solar water splitting.
The preparation of vertically grown carbon-doped TiO(2) (TiO( 2-x)C(x) nanotube arrays with high aspect ratios for maximizing the photocleavage of water under white-light irradiation showed much higher photocurrent densities and more efficient water splitting under visible-light illumination than pure TiO (2) nanOTube arrays.
Electrochemistry and Electrogenerated Chemiluminescence from Silicon Nanocrystal Quantum Dots
These results demonstrate that the chemical stability of silicon NCs could enable their use as redox-active macromolecular species with the combined optical and charging properties of semiconductor quantum dots.
Current transients in single nanoparticle collision events.
The study of single NP collisions allows one to screen particle size distributions and estimate NP concentrations and diffusion coefficients and indicates that the collision of NPs at the detector electrodes occurs in a statistically random manner, with the average frequency a function of particle concentration and diffusion coefficient.