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Signal enhancement and low oxidation potentials for miniaturized ECL biosensors via N-butyldiethanolamine

Kirschbaum-Harriman, Stefanie ; Mayer, Michael ; Duerkop, Axel ; Hirsch, Thomas ; Baeumner, Antje J.


We present studies on ruthenium-based electrochemiluminescence (ECL) focusing on conditions supporting signal enhancement and low oxidation potentials. Low oxidation potentials (LOPs) are especially attractive for miniaturized ECL biosensors, as microfabricated electrodes tend to detach from their support when used with high currents and operated at high potentials. Furthermore, high potentials ...


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