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In a later confribution, the same technique has been exploited to unravel the voltammetric responses of crystalline and amorphous sample material of the oxidation and reduction of silver octacyanomolybdate and -tungstate [B 136]. In Situ Transmission Light Microscopy The coupling of transmission light microscopy and electrochemistry can be performed for (i) a purely qualitative evaluation, and (ii) for a quantitative analysis of electrochemical reactions of immobilized particles or droplets. Probably due to the delicate surface of ITO electrodes, however, so far it has only been utilized for the study of droplets.
The electrode must be polished by keeping it perpendicular to the paper surface as to avoid a rounding of the edges. The electrode surface should be kept flat, as this helps very much in follow-up cleaning operations. Sometimes it may be advisable to fold a piece of clean filter paper around the shaft of the electrode and to wipe off possible remains of the sample that may have been transferred to that side during the polishing. After that, it is suggested to polish the lower circular surface again.
6. 1 M AgNOj, scan rate 1 mV/s; First derivative of the reflectance over the dRJAE potential (dotted line) versus potential. a The reflectance was measured for a sample layer of about 10 |j,m thickness; b The reflectance was measured for a sample layer of about 1 Ilia thickness [B 67] Potential / V vs. Ag/AgCl loctacyanomolybdate (ocm) interface, and the incident light beam can fully penetrate the upper layer of optically less dense Ag ocm(rV) (cf. Fig. 7). Thus, the incident light will be the less reflected the thicker the Ag ocm(V) layer becomes.