A. Karajic, S. Reculusa, S. Ravaine, N. Mano, A. Kuhn

ChemElectroChem 2016, 3, 2031 – 2035

To design original electrochemical devices, self-assembly and growth processes can be coupled to create a wide range of sophisticated architectures with interesting functionalities. In this work, we present a convergent strategy for the fabrication of a miniaturized, macroporous, and coaxial two-electrode electrochemical cell with tunable porosity, thickness, and distance between individually addressable  macroporous electrodes. The assembly presents a platform that could be used for the fabrication of high-performance electrochemical devices such as miniaturized (bio)fuel cells, sensors, and batteries.