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Gas Phase Electrochemistry
The presence of ions in plasmas presents a realistic prospect for performing electrochemical reactions at an electrode within a gaseous environment. The thrust of this work is to apply the well-established underlying principles of liquid and solid phase electrochemistry, to the gas phase. The ionisation that occurs in plasma is sufficient to carry a current between two electrodes and support redox reactions at an electrode surface. We have shown that it is possible to apply conventional electrochemical techniques such as, potentiometry and voltammetry using a specially designed burner shown in the figure below. [5, 7] This project is supported by the EPSRC and has been previously supported by the Leverhulme trust, the Royal Society, Sherwood Scientific and UCL graduate school.
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