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Chemiluminescence from Asymmetric Inorganic Surface Layers Generated by Bipolar Electrochemistry

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  • Zahra Fattah,

    1. Univ. Bordeaux, ISM, UMR5255, 33400 Talence (France), Fax: (+33) 5 40 00 27 17
    2. CNRS, ISM, UMR5255, 33400 Talence (France)
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  • Dr. Jérome Roche,

    1. Univ. Bordeaux, ISM, UMR5255, 33400 Talence (France), Fax: (+33) 5 40 00 27 17
    2. CNRS, ISM, UMR5255, 33400 Talence (France)
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  • Patrick Garrigue,

    1. Univ. Bordeaux, ISM, UMR5255, 33400 Talence (France), Fax: (+33) 5 40 00 27 17
    2. CNRS, ISM, UMR5255, 33400 Talence (France)
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  • Dr. Dodzi Zigah,

    1. Univ. Bordeaux, ISM, UMR5255, 33400 Talence (France), Fax: (+33) 5 40 00 27 17
    2. CNRS, ISM, UMR5255, 33400 Talence (France)
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  • Dr. Laurent Bouffier,

    1. Univ. Bordeaux, ISM, UMR5255, 33400 Talence (France), Fax: (+33) 5 40 00 27 17
    2. CNRS, ISM, UMR5255, 33400 Talence (France)
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  • Prof. Alexander Kuhn

    Corresponding author
    1. Univ. Bordeaux, ISM, UMR5255, 33400 Talence (France), Fax: (+33) 5 40 00 27 17
    2. CNRS, ISM, UMR5255, 33400 Talence (France)
    • Univ. Bordeaux, ISM, UMR5255, 33400 Talence (France), Fax: (+33) 5 40 00 27 17

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Abstract

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Blue light on a Janus rod: Prussian Blue (PB) is locally generated in an asymmetric way on a graphite rod by indirect bipolar electrodeposition (IBED). The presence of this inorganic layer efficiently promotes luminol chemiluminescence, which is revealed by an emission of blue light at one end of the Janus object.

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