Lenz J., Trieu V., Hempelmann R., Kuhn A.
Electroanalysis 2011, 23, 1186-1192.

We report two methods to prepare ordered macroporous ruthenium oxide electrodes based on a template approach and their possible applications as potentiometric and amperometric sensors. The very stable porous electrodes have been prepared using two techniques to assemble the colloidal template: the controlled evaporation (CE) technique and the Langmuir-Blodgett (LB) technique, followed by electrochemical deposition of ruthenium oxide. The increased surface area of the macroporous structure makes them attractive for electroanalytical applications such as potentiometric and amperometric sensors as is illustrated for pH sensing and direct oxidation of NADH, which is an ingredient in dehydrogenase based biosensors.