Review: Recent applications of scanning electrochemical microscopy to the study of charge transfer kinetics

  • Lu X
  • Wang Q
  • Liu X
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Scanning electrochemical microscopy ({SECM)} has been proven to be a valuable technique for the quantitative investigation and surface analysis of a wide range of processes that occur at interfaces. In particular, there is a great deal of interest in studying the kinetics of charge transfer characteristics at the solid/liquid and liquid/liquid interface. This overview outlines recent advances and applications of {SECM} to the investigation of charge transfer reactions at the solid/liquid interface and liquid/liquid interface. (c) 2007 Elsevier {B.V.} All rights reserved.

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  • atomic-force microscopy
  • bilayer-lipid membranes
  • charge transfer kinetics
  • cyclic voltammetry
  • facilitated ion-transfer
  • heterogeneous electron-transfer
  • imaging
  • liquid-liquid interface
  • liquid/liquid interface
  • microscopy
  • scanning electrochemical
  • self-assembled monolayers
  • substrate collection mode
  • surface-plasmon resonance
  • ultramicroelectrode

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  • Xiaoquan Lu

  • Qin Wang

  • Xiuhui Liu

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