In Situ Detection of Particle Aggregation on Electrode Surfaces.
Partially blocked electrodes (PBEs) are important; many applications use non-conductive nanoparticles (NPs) to introduce new electrode functionalities. As aggregation is a problem in NP immobilization, developing an in situ method to detect aggregation is vital to characterise such modified electrodes. We present chronoamperometry as a method for detection of NP surface aggregation and semi-quantitative sizing of the formed aggregates, based on the diffusion limited current measured at PBEs a...Expand abstract
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