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The strength of binding between a cholapod receptor and halide anions is quantified using voltammetry at the liquid/liquid interface, revealing very high affinities and size-selectivity peaking at chloride.
A hydrodynamic system based on the channel flow cell for voltammetric detection of ions at the liquid/liquid interface is reported. The current response for tetraethylammonium ion transfer across a membrane-supported liquid/liquid interface is shown to be consistent with existing theory for both the flow rate and voltage scan rate dependence of such… (More)
The activity of most deoxyribonuclease enzymes can be monitored by measuring the change in absorbance at 260 nm which accompanies the breakdown of the double-stranded structure of native DNA. An automated method for determining deoxyribonuclease activity, based on such an absorbance change, which can overcome problems of inhibition arising from the presence… (More)