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Electroanalysis at the Nanoscale

Faraday Discussions No. 164 (Faraday Discussions)

By Royal Society of Chemistry

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Format: Hardcover, 448 pages
Published In: United Kingdom, 01 December 2013
The classical field of electroanalysis is emerging as a new and exciting tool in the 21st century. The characterisation, detection and theoretical behaviour of ions and electrons at the nanoscale is a growth area, of immense interest in the diverse fields of science and technology ranging from biological applications, fuel cells, surface and materials characterisation to sensing. Electrochemistry at the nanoscale is closely linked to interfacial chemistry at the solid-liquid, liquid-liquid phases, material sciences and condensed matter physics. The paradigm shift in electrochemistry started in the 1980s with development of new trends such as structured micro and nano-electrodes allowing atomic scale and dynamic investigations. Enabling in-situ techniques such as Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy combined with AFM, spectro-electrochemical methods together with advanced theoretical calculations using DFT and Monte Carlo simulations have revolutionised the field. Mention should also be made of nano-materials e.g. based on CNTs, graphene, TiO2 and other metal oxides. The aim of this book is to bring together advances in the field of electroanaysis with particular emphasis on the role nanoscale has to play.

Table of Contents

Introductory Lecture; Session 1: Bioelectroanalysis; Microelectrochemical visualization of oxygen consumption of single living cells; Vesicular release of neurotransmitters:converting amperometric measurements into size, dynamics and energetics of initial fusion pores; Potential-dependent single molecule blinking dynamics for flavin adenine dinucleotide covalently immobilized in zero-mode waveguide array of working electrodes; Networks of DNA-templated palladium nanowires:structural and electrical characterisation and their use as hydrogen gas sensors;Session 2: Nanomaterial platforms; Anodic TiO2 nanotubes: double walled vs. single walled; The simplest model of charge storage in single file metallic nanopores; Carbon nanotube based electrochemical sensor for the sensitive detection of valacyclovire; Electroanalysis using modified hierarchical nanoporous carbon materials; Pd-Au core-shell nanocrystals with concave cubic shapes: kinetically controlled synthesis and electrocatalytic properties; Electrochemical mechanicalmicromachining based on confirmed etchant layer technique; Decoration of active sites to create bimetallic surfaces and its implication for electrochemical processes; Session 3: Chemical detection; Mapping fluxes of radicals from the combination of electrochemical activation and optical microscopy; Electrochemically assisted self-assembly of functionalized mesoporous silica films: impact of the electrode geometry and size on film formation and properties; Metallic Impurities Availability in Reduced Graphene is Greatly Enhanced by its Ultrasonication; Highly Sensitive Detection of Nitroaromatic Explosives at Discrete Nanowire Arrays; A systematic study of the influence of nanoelectrode dimensions on electrode performance and the implications for electroanalysis and sensing; Session 4: Charge transer at the nanoscale; Double layer effects at nanosized electrodes; Pulse electroanalysis at gold-gold micro-trench electrodes: Chemical signal filtering; Effects of adsorption and confinement on nanoporous electrochemistry; Gold nanowire electrodes in array: simulation study and experiments; Nanoscale control interfacial processes for latent fingerprint enhancement; Closing remarks lecture

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Faraday Discussions documents a long-established series of Faraday Discussion meetings which provide a unique international forum for the exchange of views and newly acquired results in developing areas of physical chemistry, biophysical chemistry and chemical physics. The papers presented are published in the Faraday Discussion volume together with a record of the discussion contributions made at the meeting. Faraday Discussions therefore provide an important record of current international knowledge and views in the field concerned. The latest (2012) impact factor of Faraday Discussions is 3.82.

EAN: 9781849736916
ISBN: 184973691X
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
Dimensions: 23.6 x 16.51 x 2.97 centimetres (0.79 kg)
Age Range: 15+ years
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