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Electrochemical current-sensing atomic force microscopy in conductive solutions.

Type of publication Peer-reviewed
Publikationsform Original article (peer-reviewed)
Author Pobelov Ilya V, Mohos Miklós, Yoshida Koji, Kolivoska Viliam, Avdic Amra, Lugstein Alois, Bertagnolli Emmerich, Leonhardt Kelly, Denuault Guy, Gollas Bernhard, Wandlowski Thomas,
Project Electron Transport at the Nanoscale - An Electrochemical Approach II
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Original article (peer-reviewed)

Journal Nanotechnology
Volume (Issue) 24(11)
Page(s) 115501 - 115501
Title of proceedings Nanotechnology
DOI 10.1088/0957-4484/24/11/115501


Insulated atomic force microscopy probes carrying gold conductive tips were fabricated and employed as bifunctional force and current sensors in electrolyte solutions under electrochemical potential control. The application of the probes for current-sensing imaging, force and current-distance spectroscopy as well as scanning electrochemical microscopy experiments was demonstrated.