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Themed collection Versatile Electrochemical Approaches

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Editorial

Versatile electrochemical approaches

Damien W. M. Arrigan and Joaquín Rodríguez-López introduce the Analyst themed issue on versatile electrochemical approaches.

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Versatile electrochemical approaches towards the fabrication of molecular electronic devices

We highlight state-of-the-art electrochemical approaches for diazonium electroreduction on various electrodes that may be suitable for flexible molecular electronic junctions.

Graphical abstract: Versatile electrochemical approaches towards the fabrication of molecular electronic devices
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Recent advances in fast-scan cyclic voltammetry

We reviewed recent advances and future challenges in fast-scan cyclic voltammetry for real-time detection of neurotransmitters.

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The electrochemical applications of rare earth-based nanomaterials

This review presents a general description of the synthesis and electrochemical properties of rare earth-based nanomaterials and their electrochemical applications.

Graphical abstract: The electrochemical applications of rare earth-based nanomaterials
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Electrochemical sensors for rapid diagnosis of pathogens in real time

Electrochemical sensors designed for rapid diagnosis, detection and real-time monitoring of bacterial pathogens in hospital settings.

Graphical abstract: Electrochemical sensors for rapid diagnosis of pathogens in real time
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Open Access Tutorial Review

Stochastic electrochemistry at ultralow concentrations: the case for digital sensors

We introduce digital sensors based on massively parallelized single-entity measurements and discuss the potential of impact electrochemistry for their implementation.

Graphical abstract: Stochastic electrochemistry at ultralow concentrations: the case for digital sensors
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Critical Review

Nanozyme-based electrochemical biosensors for disease biomarker detection

In this review, we have summarised the synthesis and classification of common nanozymes and their applications in electrochemical biosensor development.

Graphical abstract: Nanozyme-based electrochemical biosensors for disease biomarker detection
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Open Access Critical Review

Why ammonium detection is particularly challenging but insightful with ionophore-based potentiometric sensors – an overview of the progress in the last 20 years

An overview of ionophore-based electrodes for ammonium sensing critically analyzing contributions in the last 20 years and with focus in analytical applications.

Graphical abstract: Why ammonium detection is particularly challenging but insightful with ionophore-based potentiometric sensors – an overview of the progress in the last 20 years
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Open Access Critical Review

Spectroelectrochemistry, the future of visualizing electrode processes by hyphenating electrochemistry with spectroscopic techniques

Reviewing the future of electrochemistry combined with infrared, Raman, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy as well as mass spectrometry.

Graphical abstract: Spectroelectrochemistry, the future of visualizing electrode processes by hyphenating electrochemistry with spectroscopic techniques
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Critical Review

Fundamentals of fast-scan cyclic voltammetry for dopamine detection

Fast-scan cyclic voltammetry (FSCV) is used with carbon-fiber microelectrodes for the real-time detection of neurotransmitters on the subsecond time scale.

Graphical abstract: Fundamentals of fast-scan cyclic voltammetry for dopamine detection
From the themed collection: Analytical Science in Neurochemistry
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Measuring temperature effects on nanobubble nucleation via a solid-state nanopore

The temperature effects on nanobubble nucleation have been analyzed with a SiNX solid-state nanopore.

Graphical abstract: Measuring temperature effects on nanobubble nucleation via a solid-state nanopore
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Detection of perfluorooctane sulfonate by ion-transfer stripping voltammetry at an array of microinterfaces between two immiscible electrolyte solutions

An analytical approach employing ion transfer voltammetry at an array of micro-interfaces between two immiscible electrolyte solutions is presented for detection of perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS).

Graphical abstract: Detection of perfluorooctane sulfonate by ion-transfer stripping voltammetry at an array of microinterfaces between two immiscible electrolyte solutions
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Evaluation of the electroanalytical performance of carbon-on-gold films prepared by electron-beam evaporation

Without any pretreatment, carbon-on-gold film electrodes prepared by electron-beam evaporation exhibit low background current and insignificant quinone adsorption while providing fast electron transfer kinetics in comparison with glassy carbon.

Graphical abstract: Evaluation of the electroanalytical performance of carbon-on-gold films prepared by electron-beam evaporation
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A sustainable amperometric biosensor for the analysis of ascorbic, benzoic, gallic and kojic acids through catechol detection. Innovation and signal processing

A sustainable catechol biosensor for the analysis of beverages and cosmetics.

Graphical abstract: A sustainable amperometric biosensor for the analysis of ascorbic, benzoic, gallic and kojic acids through catechol detection. Innovation and signal processing
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Nanocomposites of poly(L-methionine), carbon nanotube–graphene complexes and Au nanoparticles on screen printed carbon electrodes for electrochemical analyses of dopamine and uric acid in human urine solutions

A sensitive electrochemical sensor decorated with poly(L-methionine), carbon nanotube–graphene complexes and Au nanoparticles on a screen printed carbon electrode for dopamine and uric acid determination in human urine solution.

Graphical abstract: Nanocomposites of poly(l-methionine), carbon nanotube–graphene complexes and Au nanoparticles on screen printed carbon electrodes for electrochemical analyses of dopamine and uric acid in human urine solutions
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Coordinated mapping of Li+ flux and electron transfer reactivity during solid-electrolyte interphase formation at a graphene electrode

Mapping correlated ion and electron transfer reactivity as a passivating battery interphase evolves.

Graphical abstract: Coordinated mapping of Li+ flux and electron transfer reactivity during solid-electrolyte interphase formation at a graphene electrode
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One-step rapid synthesis of Ni6(C12H25S)12 nanoclusters for electrochemical sensing of ascorbic acid

Ni6(C12H25S)12 clusters and their single crystals are synthesized successfully and the Ni6 clusters show high electrochemical sensing performance for the detection of ascorbic acid.

Graphical abstract: One-step rapid synthesis of Ni6(C12H25S)12 nanoclusters for electrochemical sensing of ascorbic acid
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Voltammetric detection of vitamin B1 (thiamine) in neutral solution at a glassy carbon electrode via in situ pH modulation

Pretreatment of glassy carbon electrode at an appropriate negative potential provide hydroxide ion which contributes to the in situ pH modulation of the electrode for thiamine detection in neutral solution.

Graphical abstract: Voltammetric detection of vitamin B1 (thiamine) in neutral solution at a glassy carbon electrode via in situ pH modulation
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Thin films of poly(vinylidene fluoride-co-hexafluoropropylene)-ionic liquid mixtures as amperometric gas sensing materials for oxygen and ammonia

A gas sensor comprising of a planar electrode device covered with a thin layer of gel polymer electrolyte gave accurate and fast sensing responses for oxygen and ammonia detection in both the cathodic and anodic potential regions.

Graphical abstract: Thin films of poly(vinylidene fluoride-co-hexafluoropropylene)-ionic liquid mixtures as amperometric gas sensing materials for oxygen and ammonia
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Analysis of multi-electron, multi-step homogeneous catalysis by rotating disc electrode voltammetry: theory, application, and obstacles

This paper explores the utility and limitations of RDE techniques for mechanistic and kinetic analysis of homogeneous molecular catalysts that mediate multi-electron, multi-substrate redox transformations.

Graphical abstract: Analysis of multi-electron, multi-step homogeneous catalysis by rotating disc electrode voltammetry: theory, application, and obstacles
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Comparison of activation processes for 3D printed PLA-graphene electrodes: electrochemical properties and application for sensing of dopamine

This paper reports the comparison of the electrochemical properties of 3D PLA-graphene electrodes (PLA-G) under different activation conditions and through different processes.

Graphical abstract: Comparison of activation processes for 3D printed PLA-graphene electrodes: electrochemical properties and application for sensing of dopamine
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Direct bioelectrocatalysis by redox enzymes immobilized in electrostatically condensed oppositely charged polyelectrolyte electrode coatings

The ionic induced phase inversion of two oppositely charged electrolytes for enzyme immobilization and its application in bioelectrocatalysis.

Graphical abstract: Direct bioelectrocatalysis by redox enzymes immobilized in electrostatically condensed oppositely charged polyelectrolyte electrode coatings
From the themed collection: Versatile Electrochemical Approaches
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Electrochemiluminescence detection of cardiac troponin I based on Au–Ag alloy nanourchins

In this work, an Au–Ag alloy nanourchin (Au–Ag alloy NU) based electrochemiluminescent (ECL) sensor for the measurement of cardiac troponin I (cTnI) was developed.

Graphical abstract: Electrochemiluminescence detection of cardiac troponin I based on Au–Ag alloy nanourchins
From the themed collection: Versatile Electrochemical Approaches
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Evaluation of dual electrode configurations for microchip electrophoresis used for voltammetric characterization of electroactive species

Dual-channel/dual-parallel electrode configuration for microchip electrophoresis with electrochemical detection for voltammetric characterization of electrochemically active analytes in biological samples.

Graphical abstract: Evaluation of dual electrode configurations for microchip electrophoresis used for voltammetric characterization of electroactive species
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Electrodeposition behavior of homoleptic transition metal acetonitrile complexes interrogated with piezoelectric gravimetry

Homoleptic first-row transition metal acetonitrile complexes are shown to be precursors for metal electrodeposition from homogeneous solutions.

Graphical abstract: Electrodeposition behavior of homoleptic transition metal acetonitrile complexes interrogated with piezoelectric gravimetry
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Determination of soluble CD44 in serum by using a label-free aptamer based electrochemical impedance biosensor

A label-free aptamer-based electrochemical impedance biosensor was developed for convenient and rapid detection of serum tumor biomarker CD44.

Graphical abstract: Determination of soluble CD44 in serum by using a label-free aptamer based electrochemical impedance biosensor
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A surface-enhanced electrochemiluminescence sensor based on Au-SiO2 core–shell nanocomposites doped with Ru(bpy)32+ for the ultrasensitive detection of prostate-specific antigen in human serum

This study reports a surface-enhanced electrochemiluminescence (SEECL) sensor for the ultrasensitive detection of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) in human serum.

Graphical abstract: A surface-enhanced electrochemiluminescence sensor based on Au-SiO2 core–shell nanocomposites doped with Ru(bpy)32+ for the ultrasensitive detection of prostate-specific antigen in human serum
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Compact and efficient gas diffusion electrodes based on nanoporous alumina membranes for microfuel cells and gas sensors

Gas diffusion electrodes based on nanoporous alumina membranes electrocatalyze hydrogen oxidation at high diffusion-limiting current densities with fast response times.

Graphical abstract: Compact and efficient gas diffusion electrodes based on nanoporous alumina membranes for microfuel cells and gas sensors
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Monitoring compositional changes in Ni(OH)2 electrocatalysts employed in the oxygen evolution reaction

Relating morphology and compositional changes spatially across a catalyst is important for understanding the active site involved in a reaction which is studied here for the OER at Ni(OH)2.

Graphical abstract: Monitoring compositional changes in Ni(OH)2 electrocatalysts employed in the oxygen evolution reaction
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The use of a personal glucose meter for detecting procalcitonin through glucose encapsulated within liposomes

A glucose meter-based immunosensing platform that allows the quantification of procalcitonin in whole blood samples at clinically-relevant concentrations.

Graphical abstract: The use of a personal glucose meter for detecting procalcitonin through glucose encapsulated within liposomes
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Electrochemiluminescence of 3,4,9,10-perylenetetracarboxylic acid/oxamic hydrazide and its application in the detection of tannic acid

The electrochemiluminescence of 3,4,9,10-perylenetetracarboxylic acid/oxamic hydrazide is reported and used for tannic acid detection for the first time.

Graphical abstract: Electrochemiluminescence of 3,4,9,10-perylenetetracarboxylic acid/oxamic hydrazide and its application in the detection of tannic acid
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About this collection

A collection of recent reviews and research papers, focusing on versatile electrochemical approaches for sensing, biology, and energy. Solving pressing challenges in these fields requires the development of enabling tools and strategies that converge in fundamental concepts of analysis to address materials properties and charge transfer. In this collection, we aim to cover the broad range of cutting-edge electrochemical approaches being explored for the detection of analytes and the understanding of processes relevant to energy and biological systems. These approaches encompass nanoscale electrochemistry, rational electrode design, biomolecular analysis, and interface-sensitive methods. Accordingly, this collection also features new electroanalytical strategies in characterising energy storage and energy harvesting systems, in biomedical diagnostics, and in measurement and imaging sciences. 

This collection is Guest Edited by Analyst Associate Editor Damien Arrigan (Curtin University, Australia) and Joaquin Rodriguez-Lopez (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA).

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