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Applications of nanopipettes in the analytical sciences

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In this review, we describe measurements and applications of interest to the analytical community that makes use of simple nanopipettes. Fabricated by applying heat during the separation of a glass capillary, nanopipettes provide a route for nanoscale studies of ion transport and for development of chemical and biochemical sensors. When mounted on a translation stage, nanopipettes also enable unique modes of imaging and material deposition. These facets of nanopipette research, as well as some of the unique properties of nanopipettes, will be discussed.

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Submitted
16 Mar 2010
Accepted
21 May 2010
First published
19 Jun 2010

Analyst, 2010,135, 2190-2202
Article type
Critical Review

Applications of nanopipettes in the analytical sciences

C. A. Morris, A. K. Friedman and L. A. Baker, Analyst, 2010, 135, 2190
DOI: 10.1039/C0AN00156B

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