Electrochemistry on Liquid/Liquid Interfaces

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This article outlines the electrochemical methodology at the interface between two electrolyte solutions ITIES. The fundamental concepts of the thermodynamics in biphasic systems are presented in order to show how ions are distributed between the two adjacent phases, and hence how a Galvani potential difference is established at an ITIES.

This theoretical approach is completed by a review of the analytical methods used at ITIES, namely cyclic voltammetry, dropping electrolyte electrodes, optical techniques and microinterfaces which are the biphasic analogs of microelectrodes. The last part deals with the practical applications that electrochemistry at ITIES has attracted during the last decade in the development of amperometric ion sensors and detectors, in the extraction of metal ions by interfacial formation of a complex and in the assessment of the lipophilicity of ionizable drugs.

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