Electrochemistry in concentrated organic redox solutions. Unusual reaction mechanisms and transport phenomena
Description: This report discusses and gives several examples of voltammetric studies in concentrated organic solutions and show that quantitative measurements can be performed under conditions where redox species is present in molar quantities. A brief description of experimental methods and theory of ultramicroelectrode techniques is presented. Examples of transport phenomena, coupled homogeneous reactions, and magnetic field effects in highly concentrated organic redox solutions are given.
Date: April 1, 1997
Creator: Ragsdale, S. R.; Paulson, S. C.; White, H. S. & Feldberg, S. W.
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