Electrochemistry of Biosystems
Linking Glucose Oxidation to Luminol-based Electrochemiluminescence using bipolar Electrochemistry
Asymmetric Modification of TiO2 Nanofibers with Gold by Electric-Field-Assisted Photochemistry
Stimuli-responsive microgels for electrochemiluminescence amplification

I. Malytska, Th. Doneux, M. Bougouma, A. Kuhn, L. Bouffier.

J. Phys. Chem. C, 2019, in press

Doping of a transition-metal dichalcogenide deposited onto a conducting surface acting as bipolar electrode was recently reported. Here, freestanding macro- and microscale transition-metal dichalcogenide substrates are successfully employed as effective bipolar electrodes without the need of using an additional conducting support. This is first demonstrated by achieving site-selective bipolar electrodeposition of several metals, such as gold, silver, copper, and nickel, on macroscale MoSe2 substrates (typically 1 mm in size). Also, the superior efficiency of MoSe2 compared to that of a carbon substrate toward hydrogen evolution reaction, well-known in conventional electrochemistry, is demonstrated in the bipolar electrochemistry configuration. Such electrocatalytic properties can be advantageously used by combining this reduction with a given oxidation reaction to ease the electro-chemical coupling. Also, as a wireless technique, bipolar electrochemistry enables the simultaneous addressing of large ensembles of bipolar electrodes with a single pair of driving electrodes. Therefore, in a bulk experiment, a suspension composed of thousands of individual MoSe2 microparticles (with a typical size of 20−80 μm) that are addressed simultaneously, is employed to significantly accelerate electrolysis. Amplex Red was selected as an oxidizable organic model dye. Such electrolysis occurs on the timescale of several seconds, which is definitely not achievable by addressing a single macroscale MoSe2 bipolar electrode. This performance is due to the collective behavior of the ensemble of MoSe2 bipolar electrodes because the oxidation process occurs simultaneously at each individual anodic pole.

2019 01

Self-coacervation of ampholyte polymer chains as an efficient encapsulation strategy.

Thursday, 02 May 2019
A. Perro, L. Giraud, N. Coudon, S. Shanmugathasan, B. Goudeau, J.-P. Douliez and V. Ravaine Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 2019 548, 275-283. Coacervation is a phase separation process involving two aqueous phases, one solute-phase... Read More...

Kinetics of spontaneous microgels adsorption and stabilization of emulsions produced using microfluidics

Thursday, 02 May 2019
M.-C. Tatry, E. Laurichesse, A. Perro, V. Ravaine and V. Schmitt Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 2019, 548, 1-11. The aim of the paper is to examine the adsorption kinetics of soft microgels and to understand the role off undamental... Read More...

Adsorption of Proteins on Dual Loaded Silica Nanocapsules

Thursday, 02 May 2019
S. Ramalingam, G. Le Bourdon, E. Pouget, A. Scalabre, J. Raghava Rao and A. Perro J. Phys. Chem B 2019, 123 (7), 1708-1717. The design of nanocarriers containing hydrophobic and hydrophilic compounds represents a powerful tool for cocktail... Read More...