András Kiss
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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
652013
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
562013
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
262016
New SECM scanning algorithms for improved potentiometric imaging of circularly symmetric targets
A Kiss, G Nagy
Electrochimica Acta 119, 169-174, 2014
242014
Deconvolution of potentiometric SECM images recorded with high scan rate
A Kiss, G Nagy
Electrochimica Acta 163, 303-309, 2015
222015
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
182017
Improved potentiometric SECM imaging of galvanic corrosion reactions
D Filotas, BM Fernandez-Perez, J Izquierdo, A Kiss, L Nagy, G Nagy, ...
Corrosion Science 129, 136-145, 2017
172017
Deconvolution in potentiometric SECM
A Kiss, G Nagy
Electroanalysis 27 (3), 587-590, 2015
122015
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
112018
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
112012
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
102016
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
52014
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
42020
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, ...
32020
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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