chronocoulometry

chronocoulometry

[‚krä·nō‚kü′läm·ə·trē]
(analytical chemistry)
The study of electrode surface properties, such as surface area.
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2001), A Study on the Electrodeposition of NiFe Alloy Thin Films Using Chronocoulometry and Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microgravimetry, Bull.
The films were electrochemically conditioned by the chronocoulometry method in order to change the inorganic ions in the films and have them be familiar with a LiCI[O.
His major achievements were the development of chronocoulometry to measure charge density at solid electrode surfaces and in situ photon polarization infrared reflection spectroscopy to study thin organic films at electrode surfaces.
However, the necessity, of creating a rough, and not well-characterized, surface to activate SERS is a major impediment when seeking to correlate SERS intensity with surface coverage; the latter is obtained from a smooth clean surface by chronocoulometry.