Electroorganic Synthesis and the Construction of Addressable Molecular Surfaces

In this Minireview, an electroorganic synthesis approach to the construction of addressable, complex molecular surfaces is described along with the parameters that guided the development of that synthetic approach. The result of the work is a synthetic toolbox that will allow microelectrode arrays to be used for the “real‐time” monitoring of small molecule interactions with […]

Organic Electrochemistry and a Role Reversal: Using Synthesis To Optimize Electrochemical Methods

Diblock copolymers are excellent coatings for microelectrode arrays because they provide a stable surface that can support both synthetic and analytical electrochemistry. However, the surfaces that are optimal for synthetic studies are not the same as the surfaces that are optimal for analytical studies. Hence, no one surface provides an ideal platform for both building […]