Frontispiece: Simulation-based investigations on noise characteristics of redox-cycling sensors (Phys. Status Solidi A 5/2012)
Article first published online: 25 APR 2012
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physica status solidi (a)
Volume 209, Issue 5, page 880, May 2012
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Kätelhön, E. and Wolfrum, B. (2012), Frontispiece: Simulation-based investigations on noise characteristics of redox-cycling sensors (Phys. Status Solidi A 5/2012). Phys. Status Solidi A, 209: 880. doi: 10.1002/pssa.201221919
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In recent years, nanocavity redox cycling has evolved into an interesting technique for a wide range of sensing applications. The sensor design is based on two closely-spaced and individually-biased electrodes that are incorporated into a nanofluidic channel. This setup enables the repeated participation of certain molecules in subsequent redox reactions at the two electrodes, hence leading to a strong amplification of the electrochemical signal. Kätelhön and Wolfrum (pp. 881–884) describe a simulation framework for the modeling of electrochemical processes within such nanocavity redox-cycling devices.
The image shows an illustration of a random-walk approach for the simulation of the redox-cycling effect. A single molecule trajectory is indicated; differently coloured spheres specify the molecule occupying different oxidation states throughout the molecules pathway.