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The first involves fast adsorption with mass transport control, while the other involves kinetic control of the system. Under the latter (and Langmuirian) conditions, the surface coverage of the adsorbate at time t, rt, is given by. (2-14) where Ye is the surface coverage and k' is the adsorption rate constant. The behavior and performance of chemically modified electrodes based on surface-confined redox modifiers and conducting polymers (Chapter 4) can also be investigated by cyclic voltammetry, in a manner similar to that for adsorbed species.

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Infrared Spectroelectrochemical methods, particularly those based on Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy can provide structural information that UVvisible absorbance techniques do not. FTIR spectroelectrochemistry has thus been fruitful in the characterization of reactions occurring on electrode surfaces. The technique requires very thin cells to overcome solvent absorption problems. Besides its widespread use for investigating the mechanism of redox processes, spectroelectrochemistry can be useful for analytical purposes.

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