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Raman and IR Spectroelectrochemical Methods as Tools to Analyze Conjugated Organic Compounds

Blacha-Grzechnik, Agata; Karon, Krzysztof; Data, Przemyslaw

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Authors

Agata Blacha-Grzechnik

Krzysztof Karon

Przemyslaw Data



Abstract

In the presented work, two spectroelectrochemical techniques are discussed as tools for the analysis of the structural changes occurring in the molecule on the vibrational level of energy. Raman and IR spectroelectrochemistry can be used for advanced characterization of the structural changes in the organic electroactive compounds. Here, the step-by-step analysis by means of Raman and IR spectroelectrochemistry is shown. Raman and IR spectroelectrochemical techniques provide complementary information about structural changes occurring during an electrochemical process, i.e. allows for the investigation of redox processes and their products. The examples of IR and Raman spectroelectrochemical analysis are presented, in which the products of the redox reactions, both in solution and solid state, are identified.

Citation

Blacha-Grzechnik, A., Karon, K., & Data, P. (2018). Raman and IR Spectroelectrochemical Methods as Tools to Analyze Conjugated Organic Compounds. Journal of Visualized Experiments, Article e56653. https://doi.org/10.3791/56653

Journal Article Type Article
Online Publication Date Dec 10, 2018
Publication Date Dec 10, 2018
Deposit Date Feb 8, 2019
Publicly Available Date Feb 8, 2019
Journal Journal of Visualized Experiments
Publisher MyJove Corporation
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Issue 140
Article Number e56653
DOI https://doi.org/10.3791/56653

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