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Themed collection Single Entity Electrochemistry

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Poster list

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Front/Back Matter

List of participants

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Concluding remarks: single entity electrochemistry one step at a time

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Stochastic electrochemistry and photoelectrochemistry of colloidal dye-sensitized anatase nanoparticles at a Pt ultramicroelectrode

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Emerging tools for studying single entity electrochemistry

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Open Access Paper

In situ video-STM studies of the mechanisms and dynamics of electrochemical bismuth nanostructure formation on Au

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Membrane patches as ion channel probes for scanning ion conductance microscopy

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Anisotropic etching of rhodium and gold as the onset of nanoparticle formation by cathodic corrosion

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Challenges in nanoelectrochemical and nanomechanical studies of individual anisotropic gold nanoparticles

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Voltammetry and molecular assembly of G-quadruplex DNAzyme on single-crystal Au(111)-electrode surfaces – hemin as an electrochemical intercalator

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A theoretical consideration of ion size effects on the electric double layer and voltammetry of nanometer-sized disk electrodes

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Nanocapillary electrokinetic tracking for monitoring charge fluctuations on a single nanoparticle

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Mechanistic aspects of hydrazine-induced Pt colloid instability and monitoring aggregation kinetics with nanoparticle impact electroanalysis

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1/f2 noise in bistable electrocatalytic reactions on mesoscale electrodes

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The oxygen reduction reaction at the three-phase boundary: nanoelectrodes modified with Ag nanoclusters

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Open Access Paper

Electrochemistry at single bimetallic nanoparticles – using nano impacts for sizing and compositional analysis of individual AgAu alloy nanoparticles

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On the mechanism of electrochemical vesicle cytometry: chromaffin cell vesicles and liposomes

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Electrochemistry of single nanobubbles. Estimating the critical size of bubble-forming nuclei for gas-evolving electrode reactions

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High-bandwidth detection of short DNA in nanopipettes

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Electrochemical transformation of individual nanoparticles revealed by coupling microscopy and spectroscopy

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Imaging electrocatalytic processes on single gold nanorods

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Theory of electrostatic phenomena in water-filled Pt nanopores

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Single molecular catalysis of a redox enzyme on nanoelectrodes

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Evidence for a hopping mechanism in metal|single molecule|metal junctions involving conjugated metal–terpyridyl complexes; potential-dependent conductances of complexes [M(pyterpy)2]2+ (M = Co and Fe; pyterpy = 4′-(pyridin-4-yl)-2,2′:6′,2′′-terpyridine) in ionic liquid

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Single-molecule electrochemistry in nanochannels: probing the time of first passage

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Protein detection using tunable pores: resistive pulses and current rectification

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Interactions of anions and cations in carbon nanotubes

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Electrochemistry at single molecule occupancy in nanopore-confined recessed ring-disk electrode arrays

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Energetics of base flipping at a DNA mismatch site confined at the latch constriction of α-hemolysin

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Discussion

Electrochemistry of single nanoparticles: general discussion

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Discussion

From single cells to single molecules: general discussion

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Discussion

Reactions at the nanoscale: general discussion

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Discussion

Nanopores: general discussion

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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 Single Entity Electrochemistry taking place in York, UK in August 2016. More information about the event may be found here: http://rsc.li/electrochemistry-fd2016. Additional articles will be added to the collection as they are published. The final versions of all the articles presented and record of the live discussions will be published after the event.

Electrochemistry is central to several energy technologies (batteries, fuel cells, solar cells) in addition to playing a key role in sensing and diagnostic platforms. These areas of electrochemistry are greatly impacted by nanoscale systems. Single entity electrochemistry studies provide a new way of viewing and understanding electrochemical processes at the nanoscale. The papers and discussion presented here outline key challenges in the design, execution, analysis, theory and interpretation of such experiments, and assess the implications of these measurements for electrochemistry and broader interfacial science.

Want to get a flavour of the meeting? Read the conference report here.

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