In this technical paper a summary of the available in situ spectroelectrochemical
methods, their basic principles, their typical applications, and their limitations is given. With
respect to the names of the methods and usual abbreviations, the paper follows the literature as
far as possible, but tries to point out inconsistencies. An introductory section gives a summary
of the basic equations and introduces the IUPAC recommendations for quantities and symbols.
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