A review of the various methods of obtaining spectra of the electrode-electrolyte interface, which include SNIFTIRS, EMIRS, and IRRAS, is presented. Aspects of the technique which are discussed include surface selection rules, signal processing, and data acquisition. Application of the technique to the study of electroactive species in solution, and adsorption of species on electrode surfaces is discussed. Also included is a discussion of obtaining kinetic information using time resolved FTIR spectroelectrochemistry.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||Indian Journal of Technology|
|State||Published - Jul 1986|