In situ electrochemical-ellipsometry studies of charge-transfer processes at the liquid/liquid interface
In situ ellipsometry has been used to characterise the properties of the interface between 1,2-dichloroethane (containing tetrabutylammonium hexafluorophosphate) and water (containing lithium sulfate) during electrochemical potential step (chronoamperometry) experiments with a four-electrode potentiostat. The ellipsometry behaviour was analysed according to changes in the real Δ(rr) and imaginary Δ(ri) signals measured at the Brewster angle during polarisation of the interface between two...[Show more]
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