About the book
In the past few years, electrochemical sensing interfaces have become substantial, easy, and bonafide techniques to evaluate food quality, neurotransmitters, toxic chemicals, and various bioactive compounds. The present book aims to determine such compounds using various nanomaterials, nanocomposites, surfactants, organic materials, etc. as modifiers using various voltammetric methods like cyclic voltammetry, linear sweep voltammetry, differential pulse voltammetry, and square wave voltammetry (SWV). It also emphasizes the corrosion-resistant properties of various metals and alloys using voltammetric methods. The recent advancements in sensor innovations like miniaturization of electrochemical cells, use of multi-sensor arrangements, an extension of sensor application regarding temperature, pressure, and aggressive media at both experimental and theoretical aspects will also be included. Currently, the electrical and supercapacitor applications of nanomaterials are the focus of material scientists all over the world. The potential applications of hybrid nanostructures in the area of the supercapacitor, dielectric materials, superconductors, transistors, etc. will also be added in the book followed by the challenges in commercializing voltammetric sensors.