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Nano in electrochemistry

Originální název

Nano in electrochemistry

Anglický název

Nano in electrochemistry

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Nanostructured electrodes are very promising in many fields thanks to their unique properties raising from the ability to control the architecture of the electrode interface at nanoscale in both, vertical and lateral direction. These electrodes find application in material sciences, especially in devices such as solar cells, high-power lithium ion batteries and supercapacitors due to better cyclic stability, higher energy and power density. The nanostructured electrodes become also extremely popular in life sciences, mainly in bioelectronics and (bio)sensors for hand-held devices used in medical diagnosis and immunoassays. The main advantage is their high surface area enhancing the electrode sensitivity via improved immobilization of biorecognition molecule into nanomaterial matrices. We summarize and discuss the various methods of nanostructured electrode fabrication together with modification of surface chemistry and crystallinity

Anglický abstrakt

Nanostructured electrodes are very promising in many fields thanks to their unique properties raising from the ability to control the architecture of the electrode interface at nanoscale in both, vertical and lateral direction. These electrodes find application in material sciences, especially in devices such as solar cells, high-power lithium ion batteries and supercapacitors due to better cyclic stability, higher energy and power density. The nanostructured electrodes become also extremely popular in life sciences, mainly in bioelectronics and (bio)sensors for hand-held devices used in medical diagnosis and immunoassays. The main advantage is their high surface area enhancing the electrode sensitivity via improved immobilization of biorecognition molecule into nanomaterial matrices. We summarize and discuss the various methods of nanostructured electrode fabrication together with modification of surface chemistry and crystallinity

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@inproceedings{BUT128310,
  author="Jana {Drbohlavová} and Radim {Hrdý} and Kateřina {Urbánková} and Milena {Šetka} and Jaromír {Hubálek} and Hana {Kynclová}",
  title="Nano in electrochemistry",
  annote="Nanostructured electrodes are very promising in many fields thanks to their unique properties
raising from the ability to control the architecture of the electrode interface at nanoscale in
both, vertical and lateral direction. These electrodes find application in material sciences,
especially in devices such as solar cells, high-power lithium ion batteries and
supercapacitors due to better cyclic stability, higher energy and power density. The
nanostructured electrodes become also extremely popular in life sciences, mainly in
bioelectronics and (bio)sensors for hand-held devices used in medical diagnosis and
immunoassays. The main advantage is their high surface area enhancing the electrode
sensitivity via improved immobilization of biorecognition molecule into nanomaterial
matrices. We summarize and discuss the various methods of nanostructured electrode
fabrication together with modification of surface chemistry and crystallinity",
  address="Masaryk University",
  booktitle="XVI. WORKSHOP OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTS AND ELECTROCHEMISTS",
  chapter="128310",
  edition="první",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="Masaryk University",
  year="2016",
  month="june",
  pages="11--13",
  publisher="Masaryk University",
  type="conference paper"
}