Kay J. Krause
Kay J. Krause
Scientific Assistant, Niederrhein University of Applied Science
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Nanoscale electrochemical sensor arrays: redox cycling amplification in dual-electrode systems
B Wolfrum, E Kätelhön, A Yakushenko, KJ Krause, N Adly, M Hüske, ...
Accounts of chemical research 49 (9), 2031-2040, 2016
The Influence of Supporting Ions on the Electrochemical Detection of Individual Silver Nanoparticles: Understanding the Shape and Frequency of Current Transients in Nano‐impacts
KJ Krause, F Brings, J Schnitker, E Kätelhön, P Rinklin, D Mayer, ...
Chemistry–A European Journal 23 (19), 4638-4643, 2017
Stochastic on-chip detection of subpicomolar concentrations of silver nanoparticles
KJ Krause, A Yakushenko, B Wolfrum
Analytical chemistry 87 (14), 7321-7325, 2015
Noise phenomena caused by reversible adsorption in nanoscale electrochemical devices
E Kätelhön, KJ Krause, K Mathwig, SG Lemay, B Wolfrum
ACS nano 8 (5), 4924-4930, 2014
MEAs and 3D nanoelectrodes: electrodeposition as tool for a precisely controlled nanofabrication
S Weidlich, KJ Krause, J Schnitker, B Wolfrum, A Offenhäusser
Nanotechnology 28 (9), 095302, 2017
Noise characteristics of nanoscaled redox-cycling sensors: Investigations based on random walks
E Kätelhön, KJ Krause, PS Singh, SG Lemay, B Wolfrum
Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (24), 8874-8881, 2013
Flexible microgap electrodes by direct inkjet printing for biosensing application
N Adly, L Feng, KJ Krause, D Mayer, A Yakushenko, A Offenhäusser, ...
Advanced biosystems 1 (3), 1600016, 2017
On-chip stochastic detection of silver nanoparticles without a reference electrode
PG Figueiredo, L Grob, P Rinklin, KJ Krause, B Wolfrum
ACS sensors 3 (1), 93-98, 2018
Three-dimensional inkjet-printed redox cycling sensor
NY Adly, B Bachmann, KJ Krause, A Offenhäusser, B Wolfrum, ...
RSC advances 7 (9), 5473-5479, 2017
Influence of Self-Assembled Alkanethiol Monolayers on Stochastic Amperometric On-Chip Detection of Silver Nanoparticles
KJ Krause, N Adly, A Yakushenko, J Schnitker, D Mayer, A Offenhäusser, ...
Analytical chemistry 88 (7), 3632-3637, 2016
Brownian motion in electrochemical nanodevices
KJ Krause, K Mathwig, B Wolfrum, SG Lemay
The European Physical Journal Special Topics 223 (14), 3165-3178, 2014
Equality of diffusion-limited chronoamperometric currents to equal area spherical and cubic nanoparticles on a supporting electrode surface
E Kätelhön, EO Barnes, KJ Krause, B Wolfrum, RG Compton
Chemical Physics Letters 595, 31-34, 2014
How many molecules are required to obtain a steady faradaic current from mediated electron transfer at a single nanoparticle on a supporting surface?
E Kätelhön, KJ Krause, B Wolfrum, RG Compton
ChemPhysChem 15 (5), 872-875, 2014
Sensing with nanopores–the influence of asymmetric blocking on electrochemical redox cycling current
KJ Krause, E Kätelhön, SG Lemay, RG Compton, B Wolfrum
Analyst 139 (21), 5499-5503, 2014
Microfabricated electrode arrays as a tool for the investigation of diffusion limited electrochemistry at the nanoscale
KJ Krause
Dissertation, RWTH Aachen University, 2017, 2017
Simulation of the impact of reversible adsorption on the response time of interdigitated electrode arrays
KJ Krause, E Kätelhön, A Offenhäusser, B Wolfrum
physica status solidi (a) 211 (6), 1352-1356, 2014
Method for producing a memory cell having a porous dielectric and use of the memory cell
A Yakushenko, R Funari, KJ Krause, JH Schnitker, D Mayer, NYA Hassan, ...
US Patent 10,833,264, 2020
Method for producing a memory cell having a porous dielectric and use of the memory cell
A Yakushenko, R Funari, KJ Krause, JH Schnitker, D Mayer, NYA Hassan, ...
Reference-free detection of silver nanoparticle impacts for future point-of-use systems
L Grob, P Figueiredo, P Rinklin, K Krause, B Wolfrum
The impact of electrolyte composition on electrochemical detection of nanoparticles
K Krause, PG Figueiredo, L Grob, P Rinklin, B Wolfrum
8th International Workshop on Nanostructures and Nanoelectronics, 2017
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