The electrochemical detection of tagged nanoparticles via particle-electrode collisions: nanoelectroanalysis beyond immobilisation.
- The use of particle-impact coulometry in identifying and quantifying nanoparticles tagged (or labelled) with electroactive molecules is demonstrated via the detection of 1,4-nitrothiophenol-tagged silver nanoparticles in aqueous dispersion at potentials more negative than -0.17 V (vs. Ag/AgCl, the reduction potential of nitrothiophenol) via monitoring of particle-electrode collisions.
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