Heim M., Kuhn A.,
In Handbook of Electrochemistry, Springer, in press, 2013. Book Chapter
In recent years, the field of highly ordered macroporous thin films coated onto solid electrode surfaces has received increasing attention, on the one hand due to interesting fundamental questions, and on the other hand because of a large variety of potential applications of such designer structures, ranging from electrocatalysis to biosensors and energy storage/conversion. This chapter describes the synthesis, the characterization and the features of such organized layers, with a special emphasis on an increasingly sophisticated and rational design, which is possible when using colloidal crystal structures as templates. Some possible applications of such modified electrodes are also highlighted in the last section of the chapter, illustrating their beneficial effects in various domains, going eventually far beyond pure electrochemical aspects.
Highly Ordered Macroporous Electrodes
Tuesday, 29 October 2013
Heim M., Kuhn A.,In Handbook of Electrochemistry, Springer, in press, 2013. Book Chapter In recent years, the field of highly ordered macroporous thin films coated onto solid electrode surfaces has...
Fibre-optic Biosensors Monday, 21 January 2013
Sojic N.,In Chemical Sensors and Biosensors, Eds. R. Lalauze and N. Jaffrezic-Renault, ISTE-Wiley, London, 2012. Book Chapter Technological needs for chemical, ionic and biological species detection... Read More...
Bipolar Electrochemistry in the Nanosciences Friday, 28 December 2012
Loget G., Kuhn A.,In Electrochemistry, Vol. 3, Nanosystems Electrochemistry, Royal Society of Chemistry Publishing, 71-103, 2012. Book Chapter Bipolar electrochemistry is a phenomenon which is known... Read More...