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Information on the surface properties were extracted from approach curves where the tip current was recorded as a function of the tip-substrate separation. Different theoretical approaches to solve the diffusion problem of the redox mediator for different electrode sizes and geometries have been made in literature. 2). Current response increases when a conductive substrate is approached, because the electrochemical reaction at the substrate recovers the mediator used at the electrode. At an insulating substrate, no such feedback is obtained, since there is no recovery of the reacted mediator at the substrate surface.
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