Reversible surface two-electron transfer reactions in square wave voltcoulommetry: application to the study of the reduction of polyoxometalate [PMo12O40]3- immobilized at a boron doped diamond electrode.


Reversible surface two-electrons transfer reactions (stepwise processes) are analyzed using square wave voltcoulommetry (SWVC), which is a variety of square wave techniques based on the measurement of the transferred charge. Such reversible surface redox processes are exhibited by many two-redox center and multicenter biomolecules (proteins, enzymes… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/ac4019236


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