The use of ionic liquids that are solid at room temperature such as n-octyl-pyridinium hexafluorophosphate (nOPPF(6)) is shown to be advantageous in the fabrication of new form of biocomposite materials with attractive performance over other types of composites and pastes involving non-conductive binders. The resulting IL/graphite material brings new capabilities for electrochemical devices by combining the advantages of ILs and "bulk" composite electrodes. The electrocatalytic properties of ...Expand abstract
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Ionic liquid-carbon composite glucose biosensor.
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