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Combinatorial microelectrochemistry: Development and evaluation of an electrochemical robotic system
An electrochemical robotic system using standard microtiter plates as reaction wells for potentiostatic and galvanostatic electrosynthesis and high-throughput electroanalysis was conceived andExpand
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Linear Sweep and Cyclic Voltammetry
The sections in this article are Introduction Historical Background Potential Scan Voltammetries—Definitions Scope of the Chapter Theory of Potential Scan Voltammetries General Expand
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Preparative Electrolysis On The Laboratory Scale
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Simulation of Edge Effects in Electroanalytical Experiments by Orthogonal Collocation. Part I. Two Dimensional Collocation and Theory for Chronoamperometry.
A two-dimensional model to describe edge-effects at planar circular disc electrodes has been developed. Two-dimensional orthogonal collocation is used to discretize the corresponding partialExpand
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Stöber silica particles as basis for redox modifications: particle shape, size, polydispersity, and porosity.
The synthesis of Stöber silica particles as basis for redox modifications is optimized for desired properties, in particular diameter in a wide sub-micrometer range, spherical shape, monodispersity,Expand
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Redox-active silica nanoparticles. Part 1. Electrochemistry and catalytic activity of spherical, nonporous silica particles with nanometric diameters and covalently bound redox-active modifications.
Nonporous spherical silica nanoparticles resulting from a controlled Stöber process are covalently surface modified with redox-active molecules. Ferrocene, a ruthenium(II) complex with an N2P2Cl2Expand
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Consistent diffusion coefficients of ferrocene in some non-aqueous solvents: electrochemical simultaneous determination together with electrode sizes and comparison to pulse-gradient spin-echo NMR
Cyclic voltammetry data recorded at disk macro- (millimeter dimension) and microelectrodes (10 and 100 μm) at various scan rates are used to simultaneously determine the diffusion coefficient D ofExpand
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C−H Oxidative Addition with a (PCP)Ir(III)-Pincer Complex
Treatment of 4-MeO-C6H3-2,6-(CH2PtBu2)2 with IrCl3·nH2O in i-PrOH/H2O gives a cyclometalated pincer chlorohydrido iridium complex. A second intramolecular oxidative addition reaction of one of theExpand
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