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Disposable highly ordered pyrolytic graphite-like electrodes: tailoring the electrochemical reactivity of screen printed electrodes

Choudry, Nadeem A. and Kampouris, Dimitrios K. and Kadara, Rashid O. and Banks, Craig E. (2010) Disposable highly ordered pyrolytic graphite-like electrodes: tailoring the electrochemical reactivity of screen printed electrodes. Electrochemistry communications, 12 (1). pp. 6-9. ISSN 1873-1902

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Abstract

We demonstrate that the electron transfer properties of disposable screen printed electrodes can be readily tailored via the introduction of a polymeric formulation into the ink used to fabricate these electrochemical platforms. This approach allows the role of the binder on the underpinning electrochemical properties to be explored and allows the electrochemical reactivity of the screen printed electrodes to be tailored from that of edge plane to basal plane of highly ordered pyrolytic graphite.

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