David O. Wipf https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2365-1175
Deon T. Miles https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9017-1406
A new way to construct small electrodes by the use of metal micro-beads is described. Gold beads of 1.5 to 3.0 mm diameter were used to construct inexpensive and disposable microelectrodes with overall structural diameters of £ 6 mm and electrode diameters of £ 5 mm. The voltammetric response of these electrodes is consistent with existing theory and the electrodes exhibited the sigmoidal waves expected at ultramicroelectrodes.
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Chemistry
Electrodes, Gold, electrochemistry
Miles, Deon T.; Knedlik, Andrew; and Wipf, David O., "Construction of Gold Micro-Bead Ultramicroelectrodes" (1997). College of Arts and Sciences Publications and Scholarship. 30.