Comparison of Probe Beam Deflection Techniques with Other Methods to Monitor Fluxes of Mobile Species

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Part of the Monographs in Electrochemistry book series (MOEC)

Abstract

Different experimental techniques, which have been used to monitor the ion transport in electrochemical systems, are briefly reviewed. Among them are electrochemical techniques (scanning electrochemical microscopy, ring-disk rotating electrode, ion sensors), spectroelectrochemical techniques (in situ UV–visible spectroscopy with indicator dyes, infrared, and Raman), and various others (radiotracer detection, surface plasmon resonance, interferometry, electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance, etc.). The strengths and weakness of each technique is analyzed. In those cases where the same or similar systems have been also studied using PBD, the results are compared.

Keywords

Surface Plasmon Resonance Mobile Species Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microbalance Refractive Index Gradient Surface Plasmon Resonance Signal 
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