Themed collection Next Generation Nanoelectrochemistry
Formation sequence of solid-electrolyte-interphases and impacts on lithium deposition and dissolution on copper: an in-situ atomic force microscopic study
Inclusion of Multiple Cycling of the Potential into Deep Neural Network Classification of Voltammetric Reaction Mechanisms
Nanocollision mediated electrochemical sensing of host-guest chemistry at a nanoelectrode surface
Hybrid scanning electrochemical cell microscopy-interference reflection microscopy (SECCM-IRM): Tracking phase formation on surfaces in small volumes
Development of multifunctional nanopipettes for controlled intracellular delivery and single-entity detection
Polyaniline nanowire arrays generated through oriented mesoporous silica films: effect of pore size and spectroelectrochemical response
Electrochemically Probing Exciton Transport in Monolayers of Two-Dimensional Semiconductors
Ultra-Low Noise Amplifier Array System for High Throughput Single Entity Analysis
Nanostructured carbon-fiber surfaces for improved neurochemical detection
Lateral voltage as a new input for artificial lipid bilayer systems
Engineering PtCu Nanoparticles for Highly Efficient Methanol Electro-oxidation Reaction
iR Drop in Scanning Electrochemical Cell Microscopy
Electrochemical characterization of individual oil micro-droplets by high-frequency nanocapacitor array imaging
Nanopore-based measurement of the interaction of P450cam monooxygenase and putidaredoxin at single-molecule level
About this collection
We are delighted to share with you a selection of the papers associated with a Faraday Discussion on Next Generation Nanoelectrochemistry. More information about the event may be found here: http://rsc.li/electrochemistry-fd2021. 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 discussions will be published after the event.
Nanoelectrochemistry is important not only for achieving ultra-sensitive applications in fields ranging from energy to bioanalysis, but also contributes to more fundamental understanding of processes on this scale. While electrochemical processes occur within confined geometries at the nanometre scale, electrochemistry endows us with an ever-increasing ability to measure and understand with unprecedented precision, creating enormous opportunities.
This Faraday Discussion meeting address the challenges in both fundamental and applied nanoelectrochemistry where new concepts and new knowledge play key roles. This meeting also encourages cross-disciplinary interactions for electrochemistry with biophysics, nanofabrication, informatics, electronics and beyond.
At this Faraday Discussion, we will discuss new concepts and knowledge within the field of nanoelectrochemistry, including the new methods and novel applications. These new methods for achieving high precise electrochemical measurement at nanoscale, make it possible to provide fundamental electrochemical concept/tool/techniques to integrate with advanced spectroscopy and informatics technology to achieve real-life applications.