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Silver nanoparticle assemblies supported on glassy-carbon electrodes for the electro-analytical detection of hydrogen peroxide
Electrochemical detection of hydrogen peroxide using an edge-plane pyrolytic-graphite electrode (EPPG), a glassy carbon (GC) electrode, and a silver nanoparticle-modified GC electrode is reported. ItExpand
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Exploring the electrocatalytic sites of carbon nanotubes for NADH detection: an edge plane pyrolytic graphite electrode study.
The electrocatalytic properties of multi-walled carbon nanotube modified electrodes toward the oxidation of NADH are critically evaluated. Carbon nanotube modified electrodes are examined andExpand
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Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy: an overview of bioanalytical applications
The application of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) has increased dramatically in the past few years due to its ability to elucidate a plethora of physical and electronic properties ofExpand
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Characterisation of commercially available electrochemical sensing platforms
Disposable screen-printed electrodes are routinely used for sensitive electro-analytical sensing but their reactivity and performance can greatly vary. In this paper we have electrochemicallyExpand
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The cyclic and linear sweep voltammetry of regular arrays of microdisc electrodes : Fitting of experimental data
Recently, we reported on a two-dimensional simulation method for the cyclic and linear sweep voltammetric response of microdisc arrays (T.J. Davies, R.G. Compton, J. Electroanal. Chem. (submitted)).Expand
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An overview of graphene in energy production and storage applications
Abstract Energy production and storage are both critical research domains where increasing demands for the improved performance of energy devices and the requirement for greener energy resourcesExpand
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Investigation of modified basal plane pyrolytic graphite electrodes: definitive evidence for the electrocatalytic properties of the ends of carbon nanotubes.
The basis of the electrocatalytic nature of multi-wall carbon nanotubes is suggested to reside in electron transfer from the ends of nanotubes, which structurally resemble the behaviour of edge planeExpand
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An overview of recent developments in the analytical detection of new psychoactive substances (NPSs).
New psychoactive substances (NPSs), sometimes referred to as "legal highs" in more colloquial environments/the media, are a class of compounds that have been recently made available for abuse (notExpand
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