Simple interface between electrochemical systems and FTIR spectrometers

Holze, R.; Freisenich, U.; Stach, W.
December 1988
Review of Scientific Instruments;Dec1988, Vol. 59 Issue 12, p2625
Academic Journal
An electronic interface connecting the potentiostat of an electrochemical measurement system to a Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectrometer as used for in situ IR reflection absorption studies is described. It makes use of readily available components, is installed without any changes in the hardware of the spectrometer or the potentiostat, and allows fast and reliable spectroelectrochemical measurements.


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