Biological imaging with scanning electrochemical microscopy.

@article{Conzuelo2018BiologicalIW,
  title={Biological imaging with scanning electrochemical microscopy.},
  author={Felipe Conzuelo and Albert Schulte and Wolfgang Schuhmann},
  journal={Proceedings. Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences},
  year={2018},
  volume={474 2218},
  pages={
          20180409
        }
}
Scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM) is a powerful and versatile technique for visualizing the local electrochemical activity of a surface as an ultramicroelectrode tip is moved towards or over a sample of interest using precise positioning systems. In comparison with other scanning probe techniques, SECM not only enables topographical surface mapping but also gathers chemical information with high spatial resolution. Considerable progress has been made in the analysis of biological… CONTINUE READING
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