Unconventional Electrochemistry in Micro-/Nanofluidic Systems
AbstractElectrochemistry is ideally suited to serve as a detection mechanism in miniaturized analysis systems. A significant hurdle can, however, be the implementation of reliable micrometer-scale reference electrodes. In this tutorial review, we introduce the principal challenges and discuss the approaches that have been employed to build suitable references. We then discuss several alternative strategies aimed at eliminating the reference electrode altogether, in particular two-electrode electrochemical cells, bipolar electrodes and chronopotentiometry. View Full-Text
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Sarkar, S.; Lai, S.C.S.; Lemay, S.G. Unconventional Electrochemistry in Micro-/Nanofluidic Systems. Micromachines 2016, 7, 81.
Sarkar S, Lai SCS, Lemay SG. Unconventional Electrochemistry in Micro-/Nanofluidic Systems. Micromachines. 2016; 7(5):81.Chicago/Turabian Style
Sarkar, Sahana; Lai, Stanley C.S.; Lemay, Serge G. 2016. "Unconventional Electrochemistry in Micro-/Nanofluidic Systems." Micromachines 7, no. 5: 81.
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