This title appears in the Scientific Report : 2014 

Electrochemical artifacts originating from nanoparticle contamination by Ag/AgCl quasi-reference electrodes
Yakushenko, Alexey (Corresponding author)
Mayer, Dirk / Buitenhuis, Johan / Offenhäusser, Andreas / Wolfrum, Bernhard
Weiche Materie ; ICS-3
Bioelektronik; PGI-8
Bioelektronik; ICS-8
JARA-FIT; JARA-FIT
Lab on a chip, 14 (2014) 3, S. 602 - 607
Cambridge RSC 2014
10.1039/c3lc51029h
Journal Article
Helmholtz Young Investigators Group
Sensorics and bioinspired systems
Physics of the Cell
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Electrochemical techniques rely on the stability of a defined reference potential. Due to the need for miniaturization, electrochemical lab-on-a-chip platforms often employ Ag/AgCl quasi-reference electrodes for this purpose. Here, we report on electrochemical artifacts resulting from nanoparticle–electrode collisions originating from standard chlorinated silver wires.