Aliaksei Boika, Ph.D.

2010 Chemistry University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada 
Analytical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry
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Andrzej S. Baranski grad student 2010 University of Saskatchewan
 (Mass transport phenomena at hot microelectrodes.)
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Boika A. (2023) On Practical Aspects of Single-Entity Electrochemical Measurements with Hot Microelectrodes. Analytical Chemistry. 95: 4577-4584
Frkonja-Kuczin A, Alicea-Salas J, Arroyo-Curras N, et al. (2020) Hot-SWV: Square Wave Voltammetry with Hot Microelectrodes. Analytical Chemistry
Zhao Z, Leonard KC, Boika A. (2019) Hot-Tip Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy: Theory and Experiments Under Positive and Negative Feedback Conditions. Analytical Chemistry
Schrage BR, Zhao Z, Boika A, et al. (2019) Evaluating ferrocene ions and all-ferrocene salts for electrochemical applications Journal of Organometallic Chemistry. 897: 23-31
Frkonja-Kuczin A, Bonezzi JA, Boika A. (2019) Ultra-sensitive analysis based on electrochemistry, electrokinetic and magnetic preconcentration of analytes Current Opinion in Electrochemistry. 13: 55-60
Frkonja-Kuczin A, Ray L, Zhao Z, et al. (2018) Electrokinetic preconcentration and electrochemical detection of Escherichia coli at a microelectrode Electrochimica Acta. 280: 191-196
Bonezzi J, Luitel T, Boika A. (2017) Electrokinetic Manipulation of Silver and Platinum Nanoparticles and Their Stochastic Electrochemical Detection. Analytical Chemistry
Bonezzi J, Boika A. (2017) Deciphering the Magnitude of Current Steps in Electrochemical Blocking Collision Experiments and Its Implications Electrochimica Acta. 236: 252-259
Boika A, Zhao Z. (2016) First principles of hot-tip scanning electrochemical microscopy: Differentiating substrates according to their thermal conductivities Electrochemistry Communications. 68: 36-39
Boika A, Bard AJ. (2015) Time of first arrival in electrochemical collision experiments as a measure of ultralow concentrations of analytes in solution. Analytical Chemistry. 87: 4341-6
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