The impact of electrochemistry has increased immeasurably in recent years with applications ranging from effluent recycling and clean technology to semiconductor processing and storage of solar energy; however, this has only recently begun to be reflected in the level and content of courses taught at universities, many of which still treat the subject as being of only marginal importance to mainstream chemistryA schematic diagram of the EMIRS instrumentation is shown in Figure 2.43. EMIRS employs high-throughput dispersive optics and a lock-in detection system , as discussed in the section on ATR. ... 10 Hz between the base potential Vb, and the working potential Vw. The wavelength range of interest is then slowly scanned.
|Title||:||Techniques and Mechanisms in Electrochemistry|
|Author||:||P.A. Christensen, A. Hamnet|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 1994|