Electrochemical nanoelectrode


The working electrode in an electrochemical cell, having one dimension in the nanometric range, usually lower than 500 nm. Operational definition: A nanoelectrode is any electrode whose characteristic dimension is, under the given experimental conditions, comparable to or smaller than the diffusion layer thickness. Under these conditions, a current steady state or a pseudo-steady state is attained.



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