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Electroactive Polymer Electrochemistry By Michael E.G. Lyons

Electroactive Polymer Electrochemistry by Michael E.G. Lyons

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A wide range of electrochemical techniques may be used to probe the conductivity processes in these materials, and more recently, a number of in situ spectroscopic techniques have been used to further elucidate the structure of these materials.

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Electroactive Polymer Electrochemistry Summary

Electroactive Polymer Electrochemistry: Part 2: Methods and Applications by Michael E.G. Lyons

The development of "tailormade" electrode surfaces using electroactive polymer films has been one of the most active and exciting areas of electrochemistry over the last 15 years. The properties of these materials have been examined by a wide range of scientists from a variety of perspectives, and now electroactive polymer research is considered to be a reasonably mature area of research endeavor. Much is now understood about the fundamental mechanism of conduction in these materials. A wide range of electrochemical techniques may be used to probe the conductivity processes in these materials, and more recently, a number of in situ spectroscopic techniques have been used to further elucidate the structure of these materials. The in situ spectroscopies and allied techniques have also been used to obtain correlations between structure and redox activity. The applications found for electroactive polymers are many and varied, and range from thin film amperometric chemical and biological sensors, electrocatalytic systems, drug delivery devices, and advanced battery systems through to molecular electronic devices. The research literature on electroactive polymers is truly enormous and can daunt even the most hardened researcher. The vast quantity of material reported in the literature can also intimidate beginning graduate students. Hence the present book. The original idea for this book arose as a result of a series of lectures on chemically modified eiectrodes and electroactive polymers given by the writer to final-year undergraduates at Trinity College Dublin.

Table of Contents

Atomistic Simulation Investigations of Electroactive Polymers (D.A. MortonBlake, J. Corish). Numerical Simulation Methods Applied to Electroactive Polymer Films (J.F. Cassidy). In situ Ellipsometry and FTIR Spectroscopy Applied to Electroactive Polymermodified Electrodes (S.J. Higgins et al.). Osmium and Ruthenium Poly(pyridyl) Redox Polymers as Electrode Coatings (D. Kelly et al.). Applications of Electroactive Polymers in Bioelectrochemistry and Bioelectronics (P.N. Bartlett, J. Cooper). Analytical Applications of Polymer Modified Electrodes (D. Leech). Biosensors (E.I. Iwuoha, M.R. Smyth). Index.

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NLS9781489917171
9781489917171
1489917179
Electroactive Polymer Electrochemistry: Part 2: Methods and Applications by Michael E.G. Lyons
New
Paperback
Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
2013-05-30
332
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