P2.4.22 Forest and Disordered Carbon Nanotubes: Sensitivity Improvement of Electrochemical Detection in Miniaturized Devices

I. Álvarez-Martos, R. Alonso-Bartolomé, A. Costa-García, M. T. Fernández-Abedul, A. Fernández-Gavela, J. Rodríguez-García, N. Campos-Alfaraz, A. B. García-Delgado & D. Gómez-Plaza
Miniaturization is a well-established trend in the development of analytical devices, due to the important advantages it offers. Detection for this type of devices has to be in accordance and therefore easy integration and the employment of simple instrumentation are common requirements. These are fulfilled very well by the electrochemical detection (ED) and therefore, it is gaining relevance in many of the applications where miniaturized approaches are required. However, the use of very small sample...