A review of the various simultaneous ESR‐electrochemical techniques that have been developed is presented. Special advantages and disadvantages of the stationary and flow‐through cell configurations are described. A critical evaluation of the in situ ESR‐electrochemical cells developed to date has also been made. A selected survey of applications is presented to illustrate the wide range of chemical information on redox reactions which can be obtained by the simultaneous ESR‐electrochemical method.
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - Jan 1989|