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Themed collection Electrochemistry at nano-interfaces

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A study of dynamic nanoscale corrosion initiation events by HS-AFM

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Functionalised Microscale Nanoband Edge Electrode (MNEE) Arrays; the systematic quantitative study of hydrogels grown on nanoelectrode biosensor arrays for enhanced sensing in biological media

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Shape-controlled electrodeposition of single Pt nanocrystals onto carbon nanoelectrodes

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Hydrogen adsorption on nano-structured platinum

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Illuminating nanostructured gold electrode: surface plasmon or electron ejection?

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Biomimetic ion channels formation by emulsion based on chemically modified cyclodextrin nanotubes

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Nanoscale Electrochemical Movies and Synchronous Topographical Mapping of Electrocatalytic Materials

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Ligament Size-Dependent Electrocatalytic Activity of Nanoporous Ag Network for CO2 Reduction

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Quantifying Photothermal Heating at Plasmonic Nanoparticles by Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy

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Electrochemical Quantification of Transmitter Concentration in Single Nanoscale Vesicles Isolated from PC12 Cells

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Measuring a Frequency Spectrum for the Single-Molecule Interactions with A Confined Nanopore

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Single Ag Nanoparticle Collisions within a Dual-Electrode Micro-Gap Cell

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Unexpected ionic transport behavior on hydrophobic and uncharged conical nanopore

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Investigation of modified Nanopore Arrays by FIB/SEM Tomography

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A Pb2+ Ionic Gate with Enhanced Stability and Improved Sensitivity Based on a 4'-aminobenzo-18-crown-6 Modified Funnel-Shaped Nanochannel

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Evaluation of the intrinsic catalytic activity of nanoparticles without prior knowledge of the mass loading

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Charge Transport at a Molecular GaAs Nanoscale Junction

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Effects of the dipolar double layer on elemental electrode processes at micro- and macro-interfaces

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About this collection

We are delighted to share with you a selection of the papers which will be presented at our Faraday Discussion on Electrochemistry at Nano-interfaces taking place in Bath, UK in June 2018. More information about the event may be found here: http://rsc.li/nanointerfacesfd2018. Additional articles will be added to the collection as they are published. The final versions of all the articles presented and a record of the live discussions will be published after the event.

The active nano-interface is important in electrochemistry because it constitutes the place where electron/ion transfer reactions occur coupled to extremely fast mass transport and under exquisite control of local conditions. Electrochemistry at nano-interfaces poses major fundamental and conceptual challenges in physical electrochemistry, while also being central to the emergence of real applications. Nano-interfaces are a major theme in energy transforming technologies (

e.g.

batteries, fuel cells, solar cells), electrochemical biosensors, diagnostic platforms, in bio-electrochemistry, and in nano-electrochemical mapping/imaging techniques. All of these areas face common challenges linked to the nano-interface concept. 

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