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Microcapillary electrochemical droplet cells: applications in solid-state surface analysis

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Capillary–based microcells, also known as microcapillary electrochemical droplet cells, have proved their capabilities in various electrochemical surface investigations in recent decades. Due to the large measured current density and the high limiting current, this technique provides high– resolution electrochemical responses. Current densities in the range from a few femto to pico Acm−2 to hundreds of Acm−2 can be measured using this technique. Various applications for microcapillary cells have been reported. Technical limitations, such as the Ohmic drop and changes in the composition of the measurement area near the tip of the microcapillary have also been considered by some researchers. The rapid increase in the application of microcells and the increase in the number of related reports published in the literature have paralleled re- cent attempts to develop and improve microcell setups, show- ing that this technique is already well established for electro- chemical surface studies.
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Surface characterization, Local electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, Microcapillary cell, Localized corrosion, CORROSION-RESISTANCE, LOCALIZED CORROSION, PITTING CORROSION, IMPEDANCE SPECTROSCOPY, NACL SOLUTION, MICROELECTROCHEMICAL METHOD, ALUMINUM-ALLOYS, DUPLEX STAINLESS-STEELS, ACIDIC CHLORIDE SOLUTION, MICRO-CAPILLARY CELL

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Arjmand Gholenji, Farzin, and Mieke Adriaens. “Microcapillary Electrochemical Droplet Cells: Applications in Solid-State Surface Analysis.” JOURNAL OF SOLID STATE ELECTROCHEMISTRY, vol. 18, no. 7, 2014, pp. 1779–88.
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Arjmand Gholenji, F., & Adriaens, M. (2014). Microcapillary electrochemical droplet cells: applications in solid-state surface analysis. JOURNAL OF SOLID STATE ELECTROCHEMISTRY, 18(7), 1779–1788.
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Arjmand Gholenji, Farzin, and Mieke Adriaens. 2014. “Microcapillary Electrochemical Droplet Cells: Applications in Solid-State Surface Analysis.” JOURNAL OF SOLID STATE ELECTROCHEMISTRY 18 (7): 1779–88.
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Arjmand Gholenji, Farzin, and Mieke Adriaens. 2014. “Microcapillary Electrochemical Droplet Cells: Applications in Solid-State Surface Analysis.” JOURNAL OF SOLID STATE ELECTROCHEMISTRY 18 (7): 1779–1788.
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Arjmand Gholenji F, Adriaens M. Microcapillary electrochemical droplet cells: applications in solid-state surface analysis. JOURNAL OF SOLID STATE ELECTROCHEMISTRY. 2014;18(7):1779–88.
IEEE
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F. Arjmand Gholenji and M. Adriaens, “Microcapillary electrochemical droplet cells: applications in solid-state surface analysis,” JOURNAL OF SOLID STATE ELECTROCHEMISTRY, vol. 18, no. 7, pp. 1779–1788, 2014.
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  abstract     = {Capillary–based microcells, also known as microcapillary electrochemical droplet cells, have proved their capabilities in various electrochemical surface investigations in recent decades. Due to the large measured current density and the high limiting current, this technique provides high– resolution electrochemical responses. Current densities in the range from a few femto to pico Acm−2 to hundreds of Acm−2 can be measured using this technique. Various applications for microcapillary cells have been reported. Technical limitations, such as the Ohmic drop and changes in the composition of the measurement area near the tip of the microcapillary have also been considered by some researchers. The rapid increase in the application of microcells and the increase in the number of related reports published in the literature have paralleled re- cent attempts to develop and improve microcell setups, show- ing that this technique is already well established for electro- chemical surface studies.},
  author       = {Arjmand Gholenji, Farzin and Adriaens, Mieke},
  issn         = {1432-8488},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF SOLID STATE ELECTROCHEMISTRY},
  keywords     = {Surface characterization,Local electrochemical impedance spectroscopy,Microcapillary cell,Localized corrosion,CORROSION-RESISTANCE,LOCALIZED CORROSION,PITTING CORROSION,IMPEDANCE SPECTROSCOPY,NACL SOLUTION,MICROELECTROCHEMICAL METHOD,ALUMINUM-ALLOYS,DUPLEX STAINLESS-STEELS,ACIDIC CHLORIDE SOLUTION,MICRO-CAPILLARY CELL},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {7},
  pages        = {1779--1788},
  title        = {Microcapillary electrochemical droplet cells: applications in solid-state surface analysis},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10008-014-2413-3},
  volume       = {18},
  year         = {2014},
}

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