Shaltiel Eloul

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Partially blocked electrodes (PBEs) are important; many applications use non-conductive nanoparticles (NPs) to introduce new electrode functionalities. As aggregation is a problem in NP immobilization, developing an in situ method to detect aggregation is vital to characterise such modified electrodes. We present chronoamperometry as a method for detection(More)
We present a comprehensive guide to nano-impact experiments, in which we introduce newcomers to this rapidly-developing field of research. Central questions are answered regarding required experimental set-ups, categories of materials that can be detected, and the theoretical frameworks enabling the analysis of experimental data. Commonly-encountered issues(More)
The diffusion of a particle from bulk solution is slowed as it moves close to an adsorbing surface. A general model is reported that is easily applied by theoreticians and experimentalists. Specifically, it is shown here that in general and regardless of the space size, the magnitude of the effect of hindered diffusion on the flux is a property of the(More)
The diffusion of a particle is slowed as it moves close to a surface. We identify the conditions under which this hindered diffusion is significant and show that is strongly dependant on the sizes of both the particle and the target. We focus particularly on the transport of nano-particles to a variety of targets including a planar surface, a sphere, a disc(More)
We use the Max/MSP framework to create a reliable but flexible approach for managing live performances of music bands. This approach allows an easy and low cost way to apply innovative music interfaces for live performance, without losing the professionalism required on stage. In the approach , every 1-3 players are plugged to a unit consisting of a(More)
Understanding mass transport is prerequisite to all quantitative analysis of electrochemical experiments. While the contribution of diffusion is well understood, the influence of density gradient-driven natural convection on the mass transport in electrochemical systems is not. To date, it has been assumed to be relevant only for high concentrations of(More)
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