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Scanning probe electrochemistry for biological research

Latest updated: August 26, 2021

Introduction

Scanning probe electrochemistry can be advantageous for biological studies. By using this family of techniques, which includes Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy (SECM), and Vibrating Probe, researchers can achieve real-time measurements with high spatial resolution, which do not interfere with the process understudy. For this reason, scanning probe electrochemistry has been used to study living cells, biomolecules, plants, and more.

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