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Development of Mg2+ ion-selective microelectrodes for potentiometric scanning electrochemical microscopy monitoring of galvanic corrosion processes
J Izquierdo, A Kiss, JJ Santana, L Nagy, I Bitter, HS Isaacs, G Nagy, ...
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 160 (9), C451, 2013
702013
Spatially-resolved imaging of concentration distributions on corroding magnesium-based materials exposed to aqueous environments by SECM
RM Souto, A Kiss, J Izquierdo, L Nagy, I Bitter, G Nagy
Electrochemistry Communications 26, 25-28, 2013
672013
Imaging of concentration distributions and hydrogen evolution on corroding magnesium exposed to aqueous environments using scanning electrochemical microscopy
J Izquierdo, BM Fernández‐Pérez, D Filotás, Z Őri, A Kiss, ...
Electroanalysis 28 (10), 2354-2366, 2016
322016
New SECM scanning algorithms for improved potentiometric imaging of circularly symmetric targets
A Kiss, G Nagy
Electrochimica Acta 119, 169-174, 2014
282014
The effect of electric field on potentiometric scanning electrochemical microscopic imaging
A Kiss, D Filotás, RM Souto, G Nagy
Electrochemistry Communications 77, 138-141, 2017
272017
Improved potentiometric SECM imaging of galvanic corrosion reactions
D Filotas, BM Fernández-Pérez, J Izquierdo, A Kiss, L Nagy, G Nagy, ...
Corrosion Science 129, 136-145, 2017
262017
Deconvolution of potentiometric SECM images recorded with high scan rate
A Kiss, G Nagy
Electrochimica Acta 163, 303-309, 2015
252015
Progress in scanning electrochemical microscopy by coupling potentiometric and amperometric measurement modes
RM Souto, J Izquierdo Pérez, JJ Santana, A Kiss, L Nagy, G Nagy
“Current Microscopy Contributions to Advances in Science and Technology …, 2012
192012
Double barrel microelectrode assembly to prevent electrical field effects in potentiometric SECM imaging of galvanic corrosion processes
D Filotás, BM Fernández-Pérez, A Kiss, L Nagy, G Nagy, RM Souto
Journal of The Electrochemical Society 165 (5), C270, 2018
182018
Deconvolution in potentiometric SECM
A Kiss, G Nagy
Electroanalysis 27 (3), 587-590, 2015
162015
SECM investigation of electrochemically synthesized polypyrrole from aqueous medium
A El Jaouhari, D Filotás, A Kiss, M Laabd, EA Bazzaoui, L Nagy, G Nagy, ...
Journal of Applied Electrochemistry 46 (12), 1199-1209, 2016
132016
Analyses of scanning electrochemical microscopy and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy in direct methanol fuel cells: permeability resistance and proton conductivity of …
SB Jadi, A El Guerraf, A Kiss, A El Azrak, EA Bazzaoui, R Wang, JI Martins, ...
72020
Investigation of Mg/Al alloy sacrificial anode corrosion with Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy
A Kiss, RM Souto, G Nagy
Periodica Polytechnica Chemical Engineering 57 (1-2), 11-14, 2013
72013
Sensitivity enhancement of a “bananatrode” biosensor for dopamine based on SECM studies inside its reaction layer
Z Őri, A Kiss, AA Ciucu, C Mihailciuc, CD Stefanescu, L Nagy, G Nagy
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 190, 149-156, 2014
62014
Electrochemical polymerization of phenol on platinum and glassy carbon electrodes in mesityl oxide
L Kiss, F Kovács, H Li, A Kiss, S Kunsági-Máté
Chemical Physics Letters 754, 137642, 2020
52020
Air gap microcell for scanning electrochemical microscopic imaging of carbon dioxide output. Model calculation and gas phase SECM measurements for estimation of carbon dioxide …
A Kiss, L Kiss, B Kovács, G Nagy
Electroanalysis 23 (10), 2320-2326, 2011
32011
Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy (SECM) Investigation of 3D Printed Parts Produced by CMT Welding Technology
Z Meiszterics, A Asserghine, A Kiss, L Nagy, T Zsebe, G Nagy
Electroanalysis 32 (4), 820-826, 2020
12020
Anion Effect on the Electropolymerization Reaction of Metanil Yellow in Aqueous Media and Characterization of Polymer Films
L Kiss, A Kiss, S Kunsági-Máté
Periodica Polytechnica Chemical Engineering 65 (2), 192-199, 2021
2021
Recent Advances in Potentiometric Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy
K András
2017
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