A Modified Screen Printed Electrode Suitable for Electrochemical Measurements in Gas Phase.

@article{Toniolo2020AMS,
  title={A Modified Screen Printed Electrode Suitable for Electrochemical Measurements in Gas Phase.},
  author={Rosanna Toniolo and Nicol{\`o} Dossi and Emanuele Giannilivigni and Andrea Fattori and Rossella Svigelj and Gino Bontempelli and Agnese Giacomino and Salvatore Daniele},
  journal={Analytical chemistry},
  year={2020}
}
We describe here a convenient assembly for screen printed carbon electrodes (SPCE) suitable for enabling analyses in gaseous samples which are of course lacking in supporting electrolytes. This assembly consists of a circular crown of filter paper, soaked in a RTIL or a DES, placed upon a disposable screen printed carbon cell, so as to contact the outer edge of the carbon disk working electrode, as well as counter and reference electrodes. The electrical contact between the paper crown soaked… 
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