In Situ FTIR Studies of an Oxidation Product from Protein Adsorption at the Platinum Electrode.

  • Roscoe
  • Published 2000 in Journal of colloid and interface science


The subtractively normalized interfacial Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (SNIFTIRS) has been used to examine an oxidation product from adsorption of the enzyme, ribonuclease A, at the platinum electrode. At potentials of 600 mV (SCE), a negative going peak due to the formation of the oxidation product CO(2) was clearly visible with both s- and p… (More)