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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Exploring The Electrical Wiring Of Screen-printed Configurations Utilised In Electroanalysis
Author: Galdino F.E.
Foster C.W.
Bonacin J.A.
Banks C.E.
Abstract: In this technical note the often overlooked issue of electrically connecting screen-printed electrode sensors is considered. The electrical connection of screen-printed electrodes to the potentiostat/electronics can be a main issue when a true electrochemical response is trying to be obtained and if one does not have a stable electrical connection, the results that are obtained may lack reproducibility and therefore maybe discredited as "another failed electrochemical probe/analyte". This paper considers the case of electrically connecting screen-printed with crocodile clips and compares that to the use of edge-connectors demonstrating the precise connection of an electrode setup when utilising crocodile clips can result in extremely reproducible electrochemical outputs when applied correctly.
Editor: Royal Society of Chemistry
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1039/c4ay02704c
Date Issue: 2015
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