Power-supply as Voltammograph
Electrolytic oxidation of ferrocene in acetonitrile with or without supporting electrolyte in a quiet solution yielded nearly steady-state current-potential response at a platinum semimicro-disk anode. A short platinum wire, immersed in the same solution served as a quasi reference electrode. The investigation suggests that a two electrode configuration utilizing a power-supply unit furnishes results similar to those obtained with three-electrode configuration and a voltammeter.
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