Electrochemical methods of chemical analysis have been widely used for many years, the purpose of this volume is to address research and development advances based on new and re-vitalised methods, new materials with enhanced properties and new devices that achieve better electroanalytical signal generation.
Electrochemical methods of chemical analysis have been widely used for many years, most especially the trusty pH electrode and conductivity meter, but also in the mass-manufactured glucose test strips which place electrochemical measurements into the hands of non-scientists.
The purpose of this volume is to address advances that will enable new measurement strategies in the future. Surveying research and development advances based on new methods, materials and devices that achieve improved electroanalytical performances, this collection encompasses chip-based systems, through nanodomain approaches and soft interfaces. This book is a vital resource for graduate students and professional analytical chemists.
Nanoelectrodes in Electrochemical Analysis; SECM Imaging and Detection of Biological System; Electrochemical Detection for Microchip CE; Carbon Nanomaterials in Electrochemical Detection; Ionic Liquids in Electrochemical Sensing; Microelectrode Array Detection Systems; Advances in Stripping Analysis of Metals; Ion Detection Using Voltammetry at Liquid-Liquid Interfaces; Electrochemical Detection of Nanoparticles; Bioelectroanalytical Challenges at Liquid-Liquid Interfaces; Dispersible Electrodes; Subject Index