Analytical Applications of Electrified Interfaces Between Two Immiscible Solutions
NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIV DE KALB DEPT OF CHEMISTRY
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Interfaces between two immiscible electrolyte solutions have some properties that can be investigated and utilized by methods of electrochemistry. This review compares electrochemistry on such interfaces with electrochemistry of metal electrodes immersed in solutions. It builds on knowledge of methods of electroanalysis and shows how it can be applied to the interfaces of immiscible liquids. A simple differential adapter that can convert any potentiostat to the 4-electrode potentiostate needed for the work is described. Experimental techniques involving potentiometry, polarography with dropping electrode, voltammetry and microinterfaces are outlined.... Electrochemistry on immiscible interfaces, Review, Charge transfer, Microinterfaces, Electroanalytical chemistry.
- Physical Chemistry