Themed collection Next Generation Nanoelectrochemistry

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Poster list

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Editorial

Preface

Graphical abstract: Preface
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Concluding remarks: next generation nanoelectrochemistry – next generation nanoelectrochemists

This paper describes the scientific journey taken through electrochemistry to arrive at present-day nanoelectrochemistry and considers how the area might develop in the future, particularly in light of the papers presented at this Faraday Discussion.

Graphical abstract: Concluding remarks: next generation nanoelectrochemistry – next generation nanoelectrochemists
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Potential-induced wetting and dewetting in pH-responsive block copolymer membranes for mass transport control

Potential-induced wetting and dewetting behaviors in pH-responsive block copolymer membranes are investigated to establish a promising mass transport control system for ultrasensitive sensing applications.

Graphical abstract: Potential-induced wetting and dewetting in pH-responsive block copolymer membranes for mass transport control
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Carbon nanospike coated nanoelectrodes for measurements of neurotransmitters

A thin layer of carbon nanospikes is grown on etched metal wires to fabricate nanoelectrodes. This method exhibits promising potential for mass fabricating carbon nanoelectrode sensors.

Graphical abstract: Carbon nanospike coated nanoelectrodes for measurements of neurotransmitters
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Nano-confined electrochemical reaction studied by electrochemical surface forces apparatus

The electrochemical surface forces apparatus (EC-SFA) we developed enables study of electrochemical reactions in a solution nano-confined between electrodes with varying distance at nm resolution.

Graphical abstract: Nano-confined electrochemical reaction studied by electrochemical surface forces apparatus
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Spiers Memorial Lecture. Next generation nanoelectrochemistry: the fundamental advances needed for applications

After introducing nanoelectrochemistry, this introductory lecture focuses on recent developments in two major application areas of nanoelectrochemistry; electrocatalysis and using single entities in sensing.

Graphical abstract: Spiers Memorial Lecture. Next generation nanoelectrochemistry: the fundamental advances needed for applications
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In situ surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy study of electrode–polyelectrolyte interfaces

A new electrochemical in situ SERS test method is suitable for the study of electrode–polyelectrolyte interfaces. It is realized by screen printing electrodes (SPE) with a compact planar three-electrode structure.

Graphical abstract: In situ surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy study of electrode–polyelectrolyte interfaces
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Formation sequence of solid electrolyte interphases and impacts on lithium deposition and dissolution on copper: an in situ atomic force microscopic study

In situ AFM monitoring of the morphology evolution of Li deposits reveals that SEIs could be more influential on Li dissolution, and spatial integration of the SEI shell on Li deposits is important to maintain reversible deposition and dissolution cycles.

Graphical abstract: Formation sequence of solid electrolyte interphases and impacts on lithium deposition and dissolution on copper: an in situ atomic force microscopic study
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Inclusion of multiple cycling of potential in the deep neural network classification of voltammetric reaction mechanisms

Deep neural networks applied to three cycle voltammograms showed significant advantages in classifying difficult simulated E, EC1st and EC2nd processes.

Graphical abstract: Inclusion of multiple cycling of potential in the deep neural network classification of voltammetric reaction mechanisms
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Nanocollision mediated electrochemical sensing of host–guest chemistry at a nanoelectrode surface

Electrochemical (EC) measurement of nanoparticle impact on electrode provide an effective approach for studying the dynamics of host–guest chemistry and shed light on a convenient EC sensor for the recognition of target molecules with the aid of CB7.

Graphical abstract: Nanocollision mediated electrochemical sensing of host–guest chemistry at a nanoelectrode surface
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Open Access Paper

Hybrid scanning electrochemical cell microscopy-interference reflection microscopy (SECCM-IRM): tracking phase formation on surfaces in small volumes

Interference reflection microscopy allows real-time visualisation of the scanning electrochemical cell microscopy meniscus and nanoscale features within it.

Graphical abstract: Hybrid scanning electrochemical cell microscopy-interference reflection microscopy (SECCM-IRM): tracking phase formation on surfaces in small volumes
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Development of multifunctional nanopipettes for controlled intracellular delivery and single-entity detection

Voltage-controlled, minimally-invasive and targeted intracellular delivery with in situ single-entity detection capability is demonstrated using a nanopore-CNE nanopipette, which is convenient for single-cell analysis.

Graphical abstract: Development of multifunctional nanopipettes for controlled intracellular delivery and single-entity detection
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Polyaniline nanowire arrays generated through oriented mesoporous silica films: effect of pore size and spectroelectrochemical response

Individual nanofilaments of polyaniline (PANI) were electrogenerated through vertically aligned mesoporous silica membranes, exhibiting very fast responses to electrochemical stimuli.

Graphical abstract: Polyaniline nanowire arrays generated through oriented mesoporous silica films: effect of pore size and spectroelectrochemical response
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Electrochemically probing exciton transport in monolayers of two-dimensional semiconductors

Here, we apply carrier generation-tip collection scanning electrochemical cell microscopy to visualize carrier transport in WSe2 structures approaching the monolayer limit, ultimately revealing surprisingly long exciton transport distances.

Graphical abstract: Electrochemically probing exciton transport in monolayers of two-dimensional semiconductors
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An ultra-low noise amplifier array system for high throughput single entity analysis

A four-channel amplifier with a high bandwidth (>100 kHz) was developed by designing a two-stage amplifier with low input capacitance. Its performance was verified in single nanoparticle collision experiments, and in single-molecule nanopore assay.

Graphical abstract: An ultra-low noise amplifier array system for high throughput single entity analysis
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Nanostructured carbon-fiber surfaces for improved neurochemical detection

Increasing the surface roughness of carbon-fiber microelectrodes with argon-plasma treatment, while leaving the surface functional groups unchanged, significantly impacts detection of neurochemicals with fast-scan cyclic voltammetry.

Graphical abstract: Nanostructured carbon-fiber surfaces for improved neurochemical detection
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Lateral voltage as a new input for artificial lipid bilayer systems

We introduced a lateral voltage as a new input for use in artificial lipid bilayer systems in addition to the commonly used transmembrane voltage. The results indicate that the lateral voltage effectively regulates the transmembrane current.

Graphical abstract: Lateral voltage as a new input for artificial lipid bilayer systems
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Engineering PtCu nanoparticles for a highly efficient methanol electro-oxidation reaction

A facile one-pot strategy is reported for the synthesis of carbon-supported PtCu alloy nanoparticles with Pt-rich surfaces for a highly efficient methanol electro-oxidation reaction. Cu downshifts the d-band center of Pt and improves the CO tolerance

Graphical abstract: Engineering PtCu nanoparticles for a highly efficient methanol electro-oxidation reaction
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iR drop in scanning electrochemical cell microscopy

An analytical method to assess and compensate for the iR drop in SECCM is presented.

Graphical abstract: iR drop in scanning electrochemical cell microscopy
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Open Access Paper

Electrochemical characterization of individual oil micro-droplets by high-frequency nanocapacitor array imaging

CMOS-based nanocapacitor arrays allow local probing of the impedance of an electrolyte in real time and with sub-micron spatial resolution. We report on the physico-chemical characterization of individual microdroplets of oil in a continuous water phase.

Graphical abstract: Electrochemical characterization of individual oil micro-droplets by high-frequency nanocapacitor array imaging
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Nanopore-based measurement of the interaction of P450cam monooxygenase and putidaredoxin at the single-molecule level

The interaction between a single P450cam monooxygenase and its redox partner putidaredoxin (Pdx) was monitored via transient ionic current by using functionalized glass nanopores.

Graphical abstract: Nanopore-based measurement of the interaction of P450cam monooxygenase and putidaredoxin at the single-molecule level
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Discussion

Advanced nanoelectrochemistry implementation: from concept to application: general discussion

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Discussion

Emerging electrochemical methods at the nanointerface: general discussion

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Discussion

Electrochemical data mining: from information to knowledge: general discussion

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Discussion

State of the art energy conversion at the nanointerface: general discussion

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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.

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