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Detection of electrochemiluminescence from floating metal platelets in suspension

JUSKOVÁ, P. NEUŽIL, P. MANZ, A. FORET, F.

Originální název

Detection of electrochemiluminescence from floating metal platelets in suspension

Anglický název

Detection of electrochemiluminescence from floating metal platelets in suspension

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

We present a generation of electrochemiluminescence (ECL) signal, based on square shaped gold electrodes with a size of 50 mm positioned inside a fused silica capillary. The ECL was generated using electric pulses with duration in the range from 100 ms to 5 s and an electrical field strength from 300 V cm21 to 500 V cm21. We have demonstrated that the electrochemical reaction with detectable optical output can be produced using freely moving and thus disposable electrodes.

Anglický abstrakt

We present a generation of electrochemiluminescence (ECL) signal, based on square shaped gold electrodes with a size of 50 mm positioned inside a fused silica capillary. The ECL was generated using electric pulses with duration in the range from 100 ms to 5 s and an electrical field strength from 300 V cm21 to 500 V cm21. We have demonstrated that the electrochemical reaction with detectable optical output can be produced using freely moving and thus disposable electrodes.

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@article{BUT98046,
  author="Petra {Jusková} and Pavel {Neužil} and Andreas {Manz} and František {Foret}",
  title="Detection of electrochemiluminescence from floating metal platelets in suspension",
  annote="We present a generation of electrochemiluminescence (ECL) signal, based on square shaped gold electrodes with a size of 50 mm positioned inside a fused silica capillary. The ECL was generated using electric pulses with duration in the range from 100 ms to 5 s and an electrical field strength from 300 V cm21 to 500 V cm21. We have demonstrated that the electrochemical reaction with detectable optical output can be produced using freely moving and thus disposable electrodes.",
  address="The Royal Society of Chemistry",
  chapter="98046",
  doi="10.1039/c2lc41086a",
  institution="The Royal Society of Chemistry",
  number="13",
  volume="2013",
  year="2013",
  month="january",
  pages="781--784",
  publisher="The Royal Society of Chemistry",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}