Spectroelectrochemistry - SEC - is a scientific area that uses the simultaneous application of spectroscopic and electrochemical techniques to investigate chemical reactions involving or related to electron transfer, and to determine the structure of the reactants.
Online available information resources on spectroelectrochemistry.
Lecture Notes, Tutorials
Optically Transparent Electrodes
Spectroelectrochemistry at optically transparent electrodes: an historical perspective - Format: PDF
Spectroelectrochemisty: a survey of in situ spectroscopic techniques. IUPAC, 1997 - Format: PDF
Conducting Copolymers of Aniline and o-Aminophenol
Electrochemical synthesis and spectroelectrochemical characterization of conducting copolymers of aniline and o-aminophenol. TU Chemnitz, Germany, 2007 - Format: PDF
Spectroelectrochemistry of Heteroatom-Containing Intrinsically Conducting Polymers Synthesized via Encapsulated Monomers. TU Chemnitz, Germany, 2008
Spectroelectrochemistry of Intrinsically Conducting Furan-Thiophenes Copolymers. TU Chemnitz, Germany, 2008
Electrochemical Synthesis and Spectroelectrochemical Characterization of Novel Conducting Poly(o-phenylenediamine-co-o-/m-toluidine). TU Chemnitz, Germany, 2007
Raman Spectroelectrochemical Investigations of Immobilized Redox Proteins. TU Berlin, Germany, 2007
Spectroelectrochemistry of self-assembled monolayers of 2- and 4-mercaptopyridines. TU Chemnitz, Germany, 2007
Spectroelectrochemistry of Substituted Anilines. TU Chemnitz, Germany, 2006
Research facilities and departments
Center of Spectroelectrochemistry
Basic research in spectroelectrochemistry; development of spectroelectrochemical techniques. IFW Dresden, Germany
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