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Probing photoinduced electron transfer reactions by in situ electrochemical contact angle measurements
Physical Chemistry, Chemical Physics - PCCP
In situ electrochemical static contact angle measurements are employed to probe photoinduced electron transfer processes at electrode surfaces. Photosystems consisting of tris(2,2 0 -bipyridyl)ruthenium(II), (Ru(bpy) 3 2+ ), N,N 0 -dimethyl-4,4 0 -bipyridinium (MV 2+ ), Na 2 EDTA or CdS nanoparticles, MV 2+ , triethanolamine (TEOA) were included in aqueous droplets that were coupled with a ferrocene monolayer-functionalized electrode. Upon the oxidation of the interface (0.5 V vs. Agdoi:10.1039/b306661d fatcat:bvkhoonm3zabnhgcsqprxjmv6y