Monthly archives: August 2016

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H2O2 Generation at a Carbon-Paste Electrode with Decamethylferrocene in 2-Nitrophenyloctyl Ether as a Binder: Catalytic Effect of MoS2 Particles

Another paper in the series on H2O2 generation at liquid|liquid interfaces appeared in ChemElectroChem a while back. Wojtek is a co-author together with members of the Opallo-group and Hubert Girault from Lausanne. In the paper we describe the use of a carbon paste electrode (CPE) for generation of H2O2 at […]

Compatibility of organic solvents for electrochemical measurements in PDMS-based microfluidic devices

We just had a new paper published in Microfluidics and Nanofluidics concerning the compatibility of some organic solvents with PDMS-based microfluidic devices. In a well-known study (cited ~1600 times) the Whitesides-group argued that how much PDMS swells in a solvent is a good indication of how compatible that solvent is with […]