Alternating current-bipolar electrochemistry
Eßmann, V. and Clausmeyer, J. and Schuhmann, W.
Volume: 75 Pages: 82-85
Rotation of a bipolar electrode in a constant electric field between feeder electrodes causes an alternating bipolar current at an AC frequency that depends on the rotation rate. The corresponding oscillation of the feeder current is evaluated by means of a lock-in amplifier. This innovative approach allows the current flowing through the non-wired bipolar electrode in an open bipolar system to be extracted without relying on electrochemical reporter reactions. © 2017 Elsevier B.V.