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Semináře a workshopy oddělení 18

Seminář / Středa, 26.09.2018 10:00

Carbon electrodes are routinely used in electrochemical detectors and sensors to quantify electroactive analytes in solution. By electroactive, one is referring to molecules that are easily oxidized or reduced at an electrode surface. Generally speaking, electrochemical measurements often involve application of a potential to an electrode and measuring the current that flows in response to the potential perturbation, which is reflective of the local analyte concentration. Carbon is one of the most abundant elements found on the planet and, from a materials perspective, is unique because of...

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