Electrochemical Analysis and Applications of New Carbon Materials with Properties of Composite Materials

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New carbon materials such as carbon nanotube and graphene will play very important roles in the future life. All of the electrochemical properties and applications of these materials as well as electrochemical analysis applications of physical and chemically modified electrodes based on them would be reviewed. Hence, the scope of the current review is limited to analytical electrochemistry using these two carbon materials, and 60 references are cited.

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X. Hua et al., "Electrochemical Analysis and Applications of New Carbon Materials with Properties of Composite Materials", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 583, pp. 75-81, 2012

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