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A working electrode (WE) incorporating the f-SWCNTs deposited on the GCE surface.
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a) HRTEM micrographs of the raw HIPCO material. The arrows point out residual iron nanoparticles. b...
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Three-step covalent functionalization of HIPCO SWCNTs using different acidic conditions for step 1.
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Ferrocene derivatives (FcAlkyl and FcETGn) with different linkers.
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Detailed C 1s spectra of A) raw HIPCO and B) HIPCO-HNO3-FcETG8. The binding energies of the Fe 2p c...
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A) TGA curves obtained under He for three samples. B) Derivative curve of the weight loss for the s...
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Mass spectrometry channels used to show the departure peaks of the cyclopentadienyl group and its m...
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Raman data of raw and f-SWCNTs taken with a laser at 514 nm.
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An example of a STEM HAADF image of the HIPCO-HNO3-FcETG2 sample. Inset: EELS spectra of the cataly...
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HIPCO-HNO3-FcETG2 sample analyzed by STEM: a) HAADF image. The inset focuses on the FcETG molecule,...
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Cyclic voltammograms obtained of GCEs modified with A) HIPCO-H2SO4 immobilized with diaphorase; B) ...
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Molecular-dynamics simulated structures after 6 ns: A) HIPCO-FcETG8 without the presence of water, ...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2018, 9, 2750–2762, doi:10.3762/bjnano.9.257
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