Basics of temperature pulse voltammetry
A new electrochemical technique is presented that allows peak-shaped voltammograms to be recorded at local temperature values from room temperature to above boiling point. This new method, temperature pulse voltammetry (TPV), is analogous to differential pulse voltammetry (DPV), but makes use of temperature jumps instead of potential pulses. Fundamentals are presented and potentialities demonstrated. As an example, ferrocyanide is investigated using a new kind of heated electrode on the basis of screen-printed gold layer structures on low-temperature cofired ceramics (LTCC) substrates.
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